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” […]
Most of the fused glass pieces I do are either square or rectangular. I happen to like square and rectangular shapes. Another reason I don’t often work with circles is because working with a circle shape wastes more glass. Circles are a bit trickier to cut too. It’s not particularly hard to cut out a […]
I am frantically getting ready for fall shows at the end of the month. I am not sure why I do this, but amidst all the frenzy I decide to try something I’ve never done before. Maybe it is because my creative juices are in overdrive. I have seven days until my first show and […]
Here is the completed bowl that I made in my fusing class that I took at Hollander Glass. I love this technique and can’t wait to try it in another project. It looks like I’ll need another piece of equipment though. A flat lap sander is an essential part of the process.