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Winter 2006 **PRINT**

Winter 2006 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Winter 2006

Letter from the Editor
Oldham County Studio Tour and Art Sale
When a community got its artists together to plan a tour of studios, the sales and the opportunity for heightened public awareness were phenomenal.
by Maureen James

Hot Studio Profile
Lazuli Flux Studio
Zachary Jorgenson creates marble masterpieces with infinite detail from the complex and fragile murrine that he lovingly fashions in his Arizona studio.
by Zachary Jorgenson

Studio Profile
Brooklyn Industrial Glass
Bryane Fleming’s forte is creating portraits that capture expressions and fluidity of movement in glass, and he has produced many works featuring celebrity musicians, actors, and comedians.
by Colleen Bryan

Retailer Profile
Letort Glass
Deborah Feller, who found her love for glass art as a hobbyist, has built her business over the past twenty years by designing and constructing residential stained glass and then expanding four years ago into a retail glass shop.
by Colleen Bryan

Educational Profile
The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass
There is something for everyone at The Studio, where all levels of age and expertise can find instruction in almost any form of hot, cold, or warm glass art.
by Colleen Bryan

The Seven Essential Elements of Promotional Materials
Discovering and implementing all of the elements required for effective promotion materials, including a good bio and quality photos of the artist’s work, are important in becoming known to galleries and potential clients.
by Milon Townsend

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Henry Grimmett of Glass Alchemy shares some of the reasons behind the ways that borosilicate glass changes color when being worked in the flame.

Personal Development
Top Ten Tips for Resolving Arguments in the Workplace
Create a better life by learning ways to defuse anger before it starts.
by Barton Goldsmith, Ph.D.

Eye on the Target—Setting Successful Sales Goals
Successful retailers set goals for themselves and their businesses and know exactly how to get there with each decision they make every day.
by Claire Sykes

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