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2013 Print Issues

Jan/Feb 2013 **PRINT**

The January/February 2013 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration and information for glass enthusiasts who want to keep up with the latest in hot, warm, and cold glass. Artist profiles include a tribute to glass pioneers Dan Fenton and Erwin Eisch; stained glass restoration artist, Kathy Jordan; hot glass artist, Sheila Labatt; and retailer, Nancy Weisser. Leslie Perlis offers suggestions for getting mosaic projects from an idea to a finished design, and an historical perspective explores the work of Katharine Lamb. Organizational news and marketing tips plus a look at several glass art conferences and a trip to Casa Battló in Barcelona to view the stained glass work of Antoni Gaudí round out this great issue. 


March/April 2013 **Print**

The March/April 2013 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration and information for glass enthusiasts who want to keep up with the latest in hot, warm, and cold glass. Artist profiles include a tribute to glass pioneer, Boyce Lundstrom, plus profiles on stained glass painter, Peter McGrain; hot glass artist, Berni North; Oatka Glass School educators and artists, Lance and Amanda Taylor; and retailer, Rebecca Hite of Stained Glass Station. Cynthia Toops and Dan Adams demonstrate how to create enameled glass wearable art, and an historical perspective explores the work of Rowan LeCompte. Organizational news and marketing tips plus a look at several glass art conferences round out this great issue. 


May/June 2013 **Print**

The May/June 2013 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration and information for glass enthusiasts who want to keep up with the latest in hot, warm, and cold glass. Artist profiles offer a look at the work of Barbara Becker Simon, Narcissus Quagliata, Tanya Veit, Jed Malitz, and Nicholas Parrendo, one of the pioneers of glass art. Preston Studios gives readers a look at designing and marketing residential glass art. Ways for getting the most from an arts residency and important aspects of recovering from a business disaster plus an introduction to traditional glass painting by Peter McGrain are included. Glass industry organizational news and management tips plus a look at several glass art conferences round out this great issue. 


July/August 2013 **Print**

The July/August 2013 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration and information for glass enthusiasts who want to keep up with the latest in hot, warm, and cold glass. Artist profiles offer a look at the work of Sylvia Laks, Anne Nye, Chuck Lopez, and Kay Bain Weiner, one of the pioneers of glass art. Readers also get a glimpse into the ways Stained Glass Garden supports its clientele and how EnergyXchange is working greener by using landfill methane gas to operate its studio. Tips from master glass painter, Peter McGrain, on selecting the correct glass painting tools plus glass Industry organizational news, management tips, and a look at several glass art conferences round out this great issue. 


Sept/Oct 2013 **Print**

The September/October 2013 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration and information for glass enthusiasts who want to keep up with the latest in hot, warm, and cold glass. Artist profiles offer a look at the work of Dan Dailey, Ed Gilbertson, and fused glass artist partners, Eric Markow and Thom Norris. Tips from Randy and Carole Wardell on using their new B300 Drop-Thru Ceramic Molds for creating footed wineglass-style vases plus glass Industry organizational news, marketing tips, and a look at several glass art conferences round out this great issue. 


Nov/Dec 2013 **Print**

The November/December 2013 issue of Glass Art provides inspiration and information for glass enthusiasts who want to keep up with the latest in hot, warm, and cold glass. Artist profiles offer a look at the work of Jason Gamrath, Michael Endo, Paned Expressions Studios, and Stallings Stained Glass. Tips from glass painting artist Peter McGrain for working with Traditional Glass Stainer Colors, a look at the restoration work of Serpentino Stained Glass Studio, and the work that Canadian artist Jean Beaulieu does with homeless teens in Quebec to teach them how to work in stained glass plus organizational news round out this great issue. 



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