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Summer 2008 **PRINT**

Summer 2008 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Summer 2008

Letter from the Editor
Promoting Your Work through Publishing
Many glass art professionals are discovering how beneficial publishing their work is when it comes to gaining name recognition in the glass community.
by Maureen James

Art Glass Studio Profile
Siyeh Studio
Brenda Griffith’s beginnings as a co-op artist formed her ideas of how life and work in the world of glass art can come together.
by Colleen Bryan

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Salusa Glassworks
Bandhu Dunham’s early fascination with chemistry ultimately led him to a lifetime of creating unique kinetic glass art.
by Colleen Bryan

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Florals by Fairbanks
Flameworking artist, Leah Fairbanks, shares her experiences with creating beads and developing new glass colors.

Educational Profile
WheatonArts & Cultural Center
WheatonArts & Cultural Center continually seeks to engage artists and audiences in an evolving exploration of creativity that incorporates glass art.
by Colleen Bryan

Retailer Profile
Art Glass Connection Stained Glass Studio
JoAnna Vitale comes from a family of entrepreneurs, which she credits with giving her the vision to operate her own art glass business.
by Colleen Bryan

Light Haus Art Glass Studio Meets the Glass Doctor
Steve Melahn has found a solution for establishing a consistent work flow for his studio by operating a Glass Doctor franchise.
by Todd Overpeck

Show Talk
Sales for the Independent Artist—Greeting Your Customers
Learning consumer speak will give you an edge when dealing with your customers.
by Bruce Baker

Tech Talk
How to Photograph Stained Glass Panels
Invest in quality equipment and learn some simple tricks to use when dealing with glass art and you’ll soon be taking professional looking photographs of your artwork.
by Rick Ward

Independent Artist
Teaching for the Working Artist—Why Do You Want to Teach?
Taking stock of why you want to teach others the art of creating in glass will help you to solidify your goals as a teacher and an artist.
by Milon Townsend

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