Frit Happens!

Frit Happens!

   Glass fusers are fond of this little saying. But I am here to tell you that this is indeed not true! Turns out making frit is actually quite tedious. Glass waste is always a byproduct of making any fused glass or stained glass piece. In an effort to recycle as much of this wasteContinue Reading

Fused Glass Workshop Tip – Press’n Seal

Fused Glass Workshop Tip – Press’n Seal

I use Glassline paints in my fused glass work. Sometimes I can go for weeks or even months without using them. To help keep my paints fresh longer I use a small piece of Press’n Seal. Unscrew the tip and place it over the opening then screw the top back on and tightly wrap theContinue Reading

First Fused Glass Piece of the New Year

First Fused Glass Piece of the New Year

I am focusing on more neutral colors this year. I know that I will eventually gravitate to my favorite colors, blue and green, but for now I am trying to stretch myself by limiting my color palette. So this is the first piece of the new year. It is a lovely soft brown with blackContinue Reading

Cleansing my Artistic Palette

Cleansing my Artistic Palette

I had a studio sale recently and once again it became obvious just how much I love color. My pieces always seem to gravitate towards blues and greens. For a short while I tried to stay away from blue and green and found my self working with purple. What seems to be missing from myContinue Reading

Bullseye Glass Education Online Program

Bullseye Glass Education Online Program

I’ve talked about the Bullseye Glass Education Online program in several of my posts. I really learn a lot from these videos. There is a wealth of knowledge in their video library, even if you don’t use their glass. Here is their most recent trailer that gives you an idea of the kinds of thingsContinue Reading

I've been around glass my whole life. Both my father and grandfather were stained glass artisans. In 2002 I started working with stained glass. In 2009 I started glass fusing. My blog is mostly about my journey in glass, with a sprinkling of other things thrown in.

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