Profitable Glass Quarterly Spring 2003
Hot Glass Studio Profile
It’s the Fred and Shane Show
Fred Birkhill and Shane Fero have contributed both separately and collectively to the evolution of the American flamework movement and continue to relentlessly pursue the creation of fine art in glass.
by Marcie Davis
Manhattan Stained Glass
Tommy Giambusso’s chance beginnings in art glass as assistant to Charles Barone have blossomed into his own retail store in bustling New York City, where he shares his love of glass with his clients and students.
by Diane Heilenman
Say Yes to Less Stress
Being aware of everyday stressors and knowing ways to combat them will help you be more effective at work and able to enjoy life to its fullest.
by Claire Sykes
Developing Your Verbal Logo
Learn to make your point and get your message across in a well-prepared, well-rehearsed, thirty-second presentation.
by Gary Lockwood
News and New Products
Be informed about the latest in new products and events in the world of art glass.
by Darlene Welch
Glass Talk with Dale Smeltzer
This issue’s Glass Talk continues the discussion between Dale Smeltzer, host of Glass Talk Radio, and Henry Grimmitt from Glass Alchemy on optimal torch use.
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