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Spring 2008 **PRINT**

Spring 2008 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Spring 2008

Letter from the Editor
2008—The Year of No Excuses
Now is the time to determine goals for our glass art businesses and do what it takes to meet them.
by Maureen James

International Glass Art
The Glass Furnace
This international glass center in Istanbul, Turkey, seeks to provide a high standard of education to its students, who form a common meeting group for local and international artists.
by Eda Geven

Art Glass Studio Profile
Larry Zgoda Studio
Chicago glass artist, Larry Zgoda, incorporates both antique and innovative glass forms into his modern exploration of light and motion.
by Colleen Bryan

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Steve Sizelove Glass
NICHE Award–winning artist Steve Sizelove carefully balances work and family life while maintaining his commitment to create beautiful glass art.
by Colleen Bryan

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Those Magnificent Glass Machines
Flameworking artist, Bandhu Scott Dunham, shares his experiences with kinetic sculpture.

Educational Profile
Hot Glass Horizons
Gil and Carmen Reynolds host annual convention weekends filled with technical seminars conducted by master instructors who are at the leading edge of the glass industry.
by Colleen Bryan

Retailer Profile
Rainbow Artistic Glass
Dick Baines has clearly mastered the art of delegating roles and responsibilities to those with whom he works.
by Colleen Bryan

Tech Talk
How to Photograph Glass Beads—An Introduction to Macro Photography
Learning some simple tricks to use when photographing beads will give your work a polished, professional look.
by Rick Ward

Show Talk
Sales for the Independent Artist
Using the right language with customers is important when representing your glass art to potential buyers.
by Bruce Baker

Choosing the Right Insurance for Your Craft Business
The type of business, its location, and the value of business personal property are all important factors for determining the correct coverage for your business.
by Paul Harris

Independent Artist
Teaching for the Working Artist
Working artists who teach must discover their primary focus and all of the logistics necessary for success with their students.
by Milon Townsend

Personal Development
Dr. G’s Success Principles
These ten tips will help you find success in your life and your business.
by Barton Goldsmith, Ph.D.

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