Glass Art March/April 1993 issue
Fusing Problem Solving: Ask Yourself First
There are instructors, not to mention some of the glass suppliers and manufacturers, who regularly receive telephone calls about why a project fails in the kiln. Dan Fenton provides those callers with some important questions to ask themselves before picking up the phone.
The Bold and Confrontational Windows of Johannes Schreiter
On May 23 through 30, Johannes Schreiter will present a unique and unprecedented workshop, "The Contribution of German Glass to Contemporary American Glass Art". In this conversation with the contemporary glass master, Schreiter discusses his innovative workshop as well as personal work and philosophies.
The Future of America is in Small Business
Kim Kostuch is here "to pump you up". Beyond all the personal gratification you derive from your business, you, and all small business people in America, are national heroes.
The Drawn Glass Bead
This last in a series of articles about glass beadmaking focuses on drawn or blown glass beads and their makers.
Arthur Femenella discusses the different types of putty, caulk and installation details that may be used when cementing and setting stained glass windows.
Kathy Bradford answers her fan mail. This column features the many letters and responses between Bradford and interested sandblasters.