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Spring 2007 **PRINT**

Spring 2007 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Spring 2007

Letter from the Editor
A New Trend for a New Year
Encouraging others to give gifts of glass art for all of their gift-giving occasions will bring new life to the art glass industry.
by Maureen James

Hot Glass Studio Profile
The Pen Is Mightier than the Sword
When Mark Collins decided to “think outside the box,” he created the BeadPen, a great way to display flameworked treasures.
by Marcie Davis

Art Glass Studio Profile
Hidden Images in Glass
Cathy Claycomb breaks the rules by using traditional materials in nontraditional ways when creating her unique commissioned glass art.
by Colleen Bryan

Retailer Profile
O’Reilly’s Stained Glass
Thirty years ago Susanne O’Reilly set out to buy a transom for her kitchen doorway and discovered a passion for glass that led to a design, retail, and teaching business.
by Colleen Bryan

Educational Profile
Salem Community College School of Glass
What began as the only community college program in the world to offer scientific glassblowing now includes instruction for glass artists and the annual International Flameworking Conference.
by Colleen Bryan

Collaborating on Printed Materials
There are many ways to share with others the cost involved in producing superior promotional materials, which are an important part of introducing a glass art studio or business to potential clients.
by Milon Townsend

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Flameworking artist Micah Evans shares how his experiences in computer animation help him design glass sculptures in a three-dimensional space.

Personal Development
Three Steps to Becoming an Expert
Following three easy steps for becoming an expert in your particular field leads to increased respect from others and presents opportunities to share your expertise with them.
by Tom Carpenter

Business Success Tips for the New Year
Taking time to review the past year and touch base with clients and employees will provide a springboard into a successful new year.
by Robert Sullivan, Ph.D.

Industry News

News and New Products

What’s Hot

New Books and Patterns


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