I am not sure I have ever done a post showing the fused glass process from beginning to end. The short description is taking pieces of glass and fusing them together to make something wonderful. But here it is way more detailed than that. Here is a look at the process. With a design idea […]
I enjoy cooking and like trying new recipes. I also enjoy sharing meals with friends. Fortunately they don’t mind me trying new things out on them. The good news is that I don’t think I ever had a real disaster; other than the cake that fell off the cake platter as I was carrying it […]
I love to experiment and play “what if” in the kiln. Sometimes, however, there is a technique I want to try that someone else has already perfected and is willing to share. That was the case with this most recent Lacy Glass piece. I purchased the E-book “Waste Not – Fused Projects from Scrap Glass” […]
I am writing this while my memories are still fresh. I need to record this, bookmark it, and read it before I think about signing up for another show. I have said it before, but this time I am certain. Last weekend was my last show! In the last six years I have done one […]
I have had this abstract stained glass panel project in my workshop for a long time. It has taken me way longer than I thought it would to get to and get it done. In fact, even now, it isn’t quite ready to be delivered yet! Earlier this year I got a call from a […]
I was walking through Garden Ridge Pottery the other day when I spotted this painting. I don’t know why, but I stopped immediately. It made me smile. I looked at it for a while, but since my husband was with me, I didn’t have a lot of time to pause and admire it. Ladies, you […]
I’ve revamped my online web shop. Why? What about Etsy and Artfire? Read all about it.
For me there is just something magical about sunlight streaming through a stained glass window. I once described it as “living art” and indeed it is. The colors in a stained glass window change with every passing hour and the movement of the sun.