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Winter 2008 **PRINT**

Winter 2008 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Winter 2008

Letter from the Editor
It’s Budget Time
Creating a realistic budget and finding innovative ways to make it work are important to building a solid foundation for your business.
by Maureen James

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Loy Allen Glass
Loy Allen’s sculptural flamework is stylistically distinctive with a feminine sensibility that separates it from much of the glass art in the marketplace.
by Colleen Bryan

The Stained Glass Shop
Vicki Day and her partner Nola Cabral combine their talents and abilities to create a vibrant glass art business that keeps abreast of new developments in the industry.
by Colleen Bryan

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Kate Drew-Wilkinson—Intercontinental Bead Visionary
Flameworking artist, Kate Drew-Wilkinson, shares her experiences in taking American glass bead art to the European public.

Art Glass Studio Profile
Adducci Studio—Love in Circular Motion
Joseph Adducci, art teacher and successful artist, is always willing to challenge himself with new media and styles to continue growing and learning.
by Colleen Bryan

Educational Profile
The Art Works Studio
Ed and Martha Biggar take to the road to share their love of glass art with students all over the United States, teaching everything from stained glass and fusing techniques to working with neon.
by Colleen Bryan

Tech Talk
Illuminating Art
The Franklin Park Conservatory in Columbus, Ohio, is the latest completed project for James Turrell, who is famous for using light as art.
by Bruce Harkey

Independent Artist
Teaching for the Working Artist—At Home or Away?
There are a lot of pros and cons to be considered by teaching artists when deciding whether to conduct workshops and classes in their own studios or at a host’s venue.
by Milon Townsend

Show Talk
Sales for the Independent Artist—Customer Connection
Learning the use of one-liners to combat customer objections and avoiding negative behavior in the sales booth will help artists see an increase in sales.
by Bruce Baker

Studio Start-Up
Determining the Price of Glass Art
It’s important to take a careful look at all of the aspects that go into the cost of creating artwork when determining a realistic price point.
by Brenda Griffith

Innovations in Glass
Protect Stained Glass Investments
Low-maintenance glass, a result of breakthrough nanotechnology, offers easy cleaning and safety for glass art, maintenance, and the environment.
by Todd Overpeck

International Glass


2008 CBS Dichroic By Design Winner



GAS News

AGG News



New Books and Patterns

AGA News

What’s Hot


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