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Winter 2007 **PRINT**

Winter 2007 **PRINT**
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Profitable Glass Quarterly Winter 2007

Letter from the Editor
New Goals for a New Year
Taking time to determine goals for the new year is important to success in life and in business.
by Maureen James

Hot Glass Studio Profile
Mark Lammi Studios
Mark Lammi has found the perfect place for creating his glass art in a cooperative studio space, where five other glass artists share expenses, resources, inspiration, and thoughts on glass.
by Colleen Bryan

Coatings By Sandberg “Dichroic By Design”
2007 Contest Winners
Meet the winners of this second annual contest that encourages glass artists to work in dichroic glass.

Glass at the Gardens 2007 Juried Show
Reflections in Glass
Glass Artists Fellowship presents the winners of Reflections in Glass, its most recent annual juried show.

Retailer Profile
Harmony Stained Glass
Forced into a mid-life career change, Joyce and Lloyd Sullivan found new challenges and satisfaction in stained glass retail.
by Colleen Bryan

Educational Profile
Pittsburgh Glass Center
The Pittsburgh Glass Center is a leading player in a strategy to infuse the arts into the revitalized downtown area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
by Colleen Bryan

Glasscaster with Marcie Davis
Murrine Madness—Exploring the World of Miniature Miracles
Flameworking artist, Pat Frantz, shares her experiences with Italian murrine master, Mario Dei Rossi.

What Women Want—Marketing to the Majority
Since women make up the majority of all consumers, it’s important to know what will attract this vast number of potential customers to your glass art business.
by Claire Sykes

The BeadPen Group Gallery
International Society of Glass Beadmakers Show
You’ll find loads of unique flameworked pieces among the winning entries of this annual contest sponsored by The BeadPen Group, LLC.

Taking Care of Business—Contracts, Consignment, and Collaboration
Determining from the beginning the parameters you will follow when dealing with various galleries will lead to successful relationships in the glass art community.
by Milon Townsend

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