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Summer 2006 **PRINT**

Summer 2006 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Summer 2006

Letter from the Editor
Talk of the Town
Learn about the buzz surrounding the recent Glass Craft & Bead Expo and its brand new Las Vegas venue, the ten most popular classes, sold-out events, and this exhibitor’s impression of the show.
by Maureen James

Studio Profile
Powers Stained Glass Studio
Tony, John, and Chris Powers are brothers who have maintained success over the past twenty-five years with designs that reflect the rough vitality and flavor of the American West.
by Colleen Bryan

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Sharon Peters and Her Sculptural “Silly Beads”
The undisputed mother of the “silly bead” genre, Sharon Peters took many career detours before settling in as flameworking artist and teacher, where she translates her doodling, animal-style cartoons into beads.
by Marcie Davis

Teacher Profile
Jessica Sellers—Drawing Students to Art through Mosaics
Ceramics teacher Jessica Sellers has discovered how mosaics can provide hands-on demonstrations for the principles of rhythm, variety, repetition, and unity to her high school students.
by Colleen Bryan

Retailer Profile
A Glass House
Glass with a Mission
Sandy Johnson and her mother operate their retail store in a lake resort community where they offer local retirees and vacationers a flexible class schedule that breaks the glassmaking process into sequential tasks of manageable size.
by Colleen Bryan

Mix ‘N’ Match—Diversify Your Merchandise to Meet Your Customers’ Needs
Understanding the importance in diversifying merchandise will encourage successful retailers to look for new products to excite existing customers and attract new ones.
by Claire Sykes

Personal Development
Three Secret Motivational Methods of Thomas Edison
We can all find out more about maintaining a dream, learning from failure, and managing time by taking a good look at the life of Thomas Edison.
by Tom Carpenter

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