Tag Archives: Fused Glass

Pick a Color . . . Any Color!

Green Channel Plate

It is no secret that blues and greens are my go to colors. They are the colors I am most comfortable with. Perhaps it is because these are the most abundant colors in nature. But, there really isn’t a color that I do not like. In fact, looking back, I have had a long love […]

Haste Makes Waste

Space on Kiln Shelf

I think it was Benjamin Franklin who said, “Haste makes waste.” He was pretty smart. I hate leaving empty space on my kiln shelf when I do a firing. It seems like such a waste; not at all efficient. As I was preparing the kiln for firing the other night, I decided I would “quickly” […]

Fused Glass Pendant Inspiration from South Africa

At the start of this new year, I took some time to review 2017. It was a good year. One of the highlights of 2017 was a trip to South Africa with some dear friends. Wherever I go I am always inspired by the colors and shapes around me. South Africa was no exception. We […]

The Process of Making a Fused Glass Art Plate

I often share picture of my work on Facebook. Usually it is a picture of the piece ready to be fired and then a completed picture. Today I thought I would share a few more pictures showing the complete process from beginning to end.  This is a piece I just completed. Our family has a […]

In Glass Fusing & Life – Sometimes Answers Are Simpler Than I Think

I have mentioned before how I sometimes find parallels in my glass fusing with life lessons. I recently had another one of these revelations. I often need strips of fiber paper when I am damming a glass piece in the kiln. In the past I have used a ruler to mark and cut the strips. […]

Scrap Glass Ruffle Bowl

One of the things I love about glass fusing is that even left over pieces from other project can be turned into something wonderful like this piece. I made this with bits of blue, purple and clear glass. I used glass nippers to cut the glass in rough triangle shapes. The pieces were layered in […]