Profitable Glass Quarterly Spring 2002
Years abroad in Ireland, Paris, and Rome are reflected in the primitive and folk art style found in the work of KéKé Cribbs.
by Diane Heilenman
J. Ring Glass Studio
With over 14,000 square feet of classroom, gifts, and supplies, J. Ring Glass Studio has emerged as one of the highly respected originators of the newly evolving concept of teaching studios.
by Kim Blagg
The 10 Commandments of Trade Show Booth Staffing
Learning to avoid these ten common pitfalls of operating a trade show booth will set your display heads above the competition.
by Marlys K. Arnold
Promote & Prosper
Having a clear grasp of how you want to be perceived by others and getting past old wives’ tales will help you to develop a promotional package for your glass business that is right for you.
by Raleigh Pinskey
News and New Products
Be informed about the latest in new products and events in the world of art glass.
by Darlene Welch
Hot Glass Studio Profile
Milon’s love of flamework and visits to rehearsals at the Joffrey Ballet go hand-in-hand for this prolific creator of glass sculptures.
by Marcie Davis
Classified and Advertisers’ Index
Glass industry leaders share their secrets on what it takes to be successful at selling hot glass supplies.
by Kim Blagg