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Innovation and creativity sustain glassy business

Bruce Taiji in his Lake Country studio and one of his creations (Courtesy Bruce Taiji)

Bruce Taiji believes innovative techniques and creative business sense have helped him stay afloat in our modern economy, which many artists have found difficult.

This tough economy has many who work in the arts asking themselves the question; Should they make art that fuels their soul or feeds their pocketbook?

Bruce has been working to do both and in a subjective field like art, it is as much about business sense as it is natural talent.

Daybreak's Gillianne Richards tells us it can be about the need to break the mold and show your work in a new light.

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