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Fall 2006 **PRINT**

Fall 2006 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Fall 2006

Letter from the Editor
Glass Is the New Black—Spread the Word
New techniques are continually being developed that add interest and sparkle to our glass artwork, but we should never abandon the age-old foundations where this tradition began.
by Maureen James

Studio Profile
Professional Glass Consultants
For over thirty years, Norm and Ruth Dobbins, masters of glass etching techniques, have taught others to etch, written numerous instructional books, and collaborated as glass artists on major fine-art projects.
by Colleen Bryan

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Micah Evans—Evolution of an Artist
An art school background in computer animation has profoundly affected the way in which Micah Evans evolved from a production artist to one who designs human figures and complex patterns.
by Colleen Bryan

Promotion and Literature—The Importance of Good-Quality Images
Discover important tips for making sure that the quality of the images you use in your promotional materials will provide an attractive drawing card to art glass collectors.
by Milon Townsend

Retailer Profile
Blue Heron Glass
Michael Hiester’s connection with two local bead stores and all of the commercial studios in his area has created word-of-mouth networking that sends many new customers to his store.
by Colleen Bryan

Teacher Profile
Vicki Payne—Breathing New Life into the Stained Glass Market
Vicki Payne, who is well known for her art glass classes presented on public television stations, has developed a program for the certification of other instructors who are seeking ways to improve their own teaching skills.
by Colleen Bryan

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Paul Stankard, renowned paperweight and orb artist, shares how the scientific glassblowing department of Salem Community College developed the International Flameworking Conference.

Industry Talk
Multicraft Hobby Shows
Several industry leaders share helpful hints for making the most of your experience with industry craft and hobby shows.
by Colleen Bryan

Tech Talk
How Plating Keeps Customers and Increases Sales
Glass plating is a technique that can help renew interest in glass art, take current crafters to a new level in their work, and provide additional sales for retailers.
by Barry Z. Masser

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