A sharpie marker comes in handy in the studio to mark glass. Despite what I have been told in the past by teachers that said black marker would burn off in the kiln, I always make it a habit to clean off any marker on my glass. Today I had a reminder of why I […]
Making a staked glass plate has been on my list of things to try for over a year. Last month I finally got around to it. Rather than layout a design and color scheme, I decided to be totally random. I have been fusing glass long enough now that I have quite a collection of […]
When I full fused this stacked glass piece it looked great when I took it out of the kiln. I slumped it the next day and it still looked great. I was giving the plate a final cleaning getting it ready to take some pictures when I noticed a few tiny little specks. They were […]
A few posts back I posted a picture of a stacked glass piece I fused. It has now been slumped in a rectangle sushi plate mold. It is a very simple shape so it doesn’t compete with the design of the glass. Thought I’d share some pictures of the finished piece. If you look at […]
This is the result of of the stacked glass piece I fused in the kiln yesterday. It consists of a layer of clear glass (3mm), a thin layer of black (2mm), and then the stacked pieces.When I put it in the kiln I debated whether or not to dam the sides. I knew the extra […]
I just put these pieced in the kiln. The top piece is an early holiday piece. The bottom is a stacked glass piece. I’m pretty sure everyone who has ever fused glass has made a stacked glass piece. This will be my first. It has 98 pieces of glass in it.