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April/May, 1996 - Vol. 9 No. 6.
February/March, 1996 - Vol. 9 No. 5.
Decenber/January, 1995/96 - Vol. 9 No. 4. October/November, 1995 - Vol. 9 No. 3.
  • THE SCULPTURAL LAMPWORK OF LOREN STUMP, A NATURAL.
    • Photo #1, Five automobile beads with figures inside. About 3/4 in. long.
    • Photo #2, Various netsuke figurines in the form of animals such as mice, rabbits, or tigers.
    • Photo #3, Three glass sculptures inspired by Japanese subjects. The figure at the right hand side is a fisherman carrying a glass net-float. (These should actually be called beads since they each have a string hole.) About two inches long.
    • Photo #4, Samurai from a kabuki play. Seven inches high at the head.
    • Photo #5, Japanese character.
    • Photo #6, Solid glass "Aquarium", in the form of a conch shell, with mermaid and fish made of murrine. Photo is larger than actual size which is about two inches across.
  • THE BEAD COLUMN; MAKING CHEVRON BEADS BY LAMPWORKING.
    • Photo #1, A chevron bead made by the method described in the current Bead Column. Actual size:
      1" x 9/16."
    • Photo #2, The ends of a few styles of chevron beads.
    • Photo #3, Core layer on mandrel.
    • Photo #4, Curved marver in the process of being machined. The two pieces of graphite have been bolted together and the first of a series of holes has been bored.
  • AT THE LAMP The Glass Art Society convention held in Asheville.
  • BOOK REVUE DESIGNS IN MINIATURE: THE STORY OF MOSAIC GLASS.
  • Winners Announced.
  • Crystal Myths, Inc. Presents The Best Bead Show
August/September, 1995 - Vol. 9 No. 2.
  • The Genesis of a Glass Sculptor: Scott Summey.
    • Photo #1, Scott Summey's professional yet aesthetically pleasing outdoor booth.
    • Photo #2, Scott Summey's outdoor booth, its layout giving ample room for displaying a wide selection of pieces for sale with excellent visibility to all pieces displayed.
  • THE BEAD COLUMN; MINIATURE MASTERPIECES: MOSAIC GLASS 1838-1924.
  • Blast It All -- An introduction to Abrasive Blasting for the Lampworker.
  • 1996 NICHE AWARDS OFFER $15,000 IN CASH AND PRIZES.
  • Employment Opportunity GLASS TECHNICIAN/ARTISAN.
  • THE VAGABOND LAMPWORKER.
    • Photo #1, This closeup of the torches and hand-held mini torch illustrate Jerry's working combination(s).
    • Photo #2, A good view of the organized layout of Jerry's workstation and 'hood' in the Liotta's mobile workstation/motorhome. Note the accessibility and orderliness of the equipment and tools.
  • Video Review "Lampworked Beadmaking: An Introduction" Kate Fowle, 1995
June/July, 1995 - Vol. 9 No. 1.
  • Let's Make a Exhaust Hood!.
  • THE BEAD COLUMN: Marking Your Beads. (Making Signature Cane)
  • Video Review Beadmaking with Michael Max.
  • AT THE LAMP / Flame On: This is the second installment of a column devoted to lampworkers and lampworking that I hope will become a regular feature in Common Ground/Glass Line.
    • SURF THE NET Speaking of computers and the internet.
    • GAS (Glass Art Society) convention will have come and gone, but as of this writing, it is still two weeks away.
    • MURPHY'S LAW OF DEMOS.
    • WINTER MARKETS. I survived another trip to Philadelphia and Baltimore this year to do the winter wholesale markets.
    • NEW BOOK It is called "Contemporary Lampworking: A Practical Guide for Shaping Glass in the Flame."
    • NEW VIDEO It consists of five two-hour tapes, each demonstrating in Lewis' unmistakable style, basic flameworking techniques.
    • BENCHTOP GLORY HOLE.
    • SUMMER LAMPWORK CLASSES.
    • EXHIBITS Habitat Gallery in Pontiac, Michigan just held their annual "International Invitational Glass Exhibition."
  • THE VAGABOND LAMPWORKER The "GLASS CRAFT EXPO 1995," conducted in Las Vegas from March 16th to the 19th, turned out to be, for me personally, a fun place.
    • Photo #1 B.T.E.S., INC. / AirSep Booth at GLASS CRAFT EXPO 1995.
    • Photo #2 According to Lewis Wilson this is the next Miguel Bonilla..
    • Photo #3 Bracelets made by Kevin O'Grady.
    • Photo #4 Kevin is the one wearing the hat in top photo.
    • Photo #5 Kevin O'Grady making a Bracelets. GLASS CRAFT EXPO 1995 (Not Printed.)
  • To The Editor.
  • IT'S HOT - IT'S COOL - IT'S NEW. I suddenly realized the importance of this new revolutionary fuel to our industry.
  • Computer Corner Let's build a mailing list using the online service CompuServe!


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