I tried a new technique, and I’m really liking how these came out. These are made from pieces of clear glass with colored frit (tiny bits of glass) in the gaps between. I then added more color to brighten them some more. They’re nicely heavyweight and slightly rustic feeling, with a load of depth in the glass. You really need… Read more »
Here’s a new design for y’all; Wrought Iron. This one is made in white glass with a subtle pink center. I’ll do more in time, in different colors.
I have six new crackle bowls, and three others of varying designs, ready for my market stand this weekend. Come and see me to choose your favorite! Here’s a look at all of them. The smallest ones are about 5.5″ in diameter, and the largest green one is 11.5″. Here’s a close up of some of the new designs…. Read more »
The glass fusing shop in North Austin, Helios, ran their Iron Fuser contest again this year. This year’s theme was the Tropics. I am delighted that I won a category in the contest, for my bowl, “Flower of India”! It’s fun to do this contest; a good exercise in making something complex within a set of parameters – in this… Read more »