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Profitable Glass Quarterly Winter 2004

Hot Glass Studio
Vanities and Vanitas
Fred DiFrenzi, who helped pioneer the concept of elegant, weightless, free-standing art bowls for architectural use, has since left the corporate world for the life of a cast glass studio artist.
by Diane Heilenman

Studio Profile
Robert Oddy
Experimenting with stained glass as an artistic medium, Robert Oddy has achieved a spectacular delicacy and sense of movement in his depictions of natural themes.
by Colleen Bryan

Glass Talk with Dale Smeltzer
Ellie Burke, flameworking artist, shares the steps and tips she has developed for making glass peppers into earrings.

Management
Make Time for Time Management
Learning how to prioritize tasks, overcoming procrastination, and learning how to delegate authority to your employees will help make your art glass business run more smoothly and efficiently.
by Claire Sykes

Personal Development
Do You Run Your Business or Does It Run You?
Expanding the level of trust that you have in those with whom you work will allow you the freedom to spend more of your own time developing new strategies to help your business grow and prosper.
by Barton Goldsmith, Ph.D.

Retailer Profile
Salt Box Studio
Jane Martin continues to expand the family art glass business begun by her father Jerry by offering varied classes, making sure that her inventory is well-stocked, and becoming involved in community projects.
by Colleen Bryan

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