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Summer 2002 **PRINT**

PGQSummer2002

Profitable Glass Quarterly Summer 2002

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Paul J. Stankard
Paul J. Stankard’s journey from producing glass scientific instruments to becoming an internationally renowned creator of small yet complex glass sculptures has centered around his love of family, nature, and the poetry of Walt Whitman.
by Diane Heilenman

Studio Profile
Rohlf’s Stained & Leaded Glass Studio, Inc.
Original designs, quality workmanship, and reasonable prices, along with the studio’s longevity and expertise, allow the Rohlfs to offer a full range of diversified artists to compete in any style of architecture.
by Kim Blagg

Management
Don’t Take It Back
Finding ways for overbooked owners and managers to delegate everyday tasks to support staff can open up a whole new dimension of time for developing business strategies, building relationships with key customers, and finding ways to increase profits.
by Gary Lockwood

Marketing
In the Public Eye—How to Work with the Media
Credibility can be gained for your art glass store or studio through positive media exposure if you know the right ways to make contact with the media and the essential principles for giving a professional interview.
by Claire Sykes

News and New Products
Be informed about the latest in new products and events in the world of art glass.
by Darlene Welch

Retailer/Studio Profile
The Vinery
Denny Berkery has set about learning the management and promotional skills that have brought his stained glass studio and retail store to prominence in the public eye.
by Diane Heilenman

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