Fused Glass Coasters
In September I took a class on powder printing. I’ve taken powder printing classes before and I loved them all. Powder printing is just an awesome technique. However, this class was from Devon from Bullseye which is one of the reasons I wanted to take it and the other reason was because it was at D&L art glass and I’ve never taken a class there. Devon was wonderful and very thorough. D&L was very professional in their setup and execution of the class. When I take a class I typically use it for experimentation and this class was no exception I didn’t make a set of coasters as individual pieces that happened to be a set that way I knew what technique I liked best. Ironically, my husband wanted one for his desk, my daughter took one so I put one by my chair and kept one in my studio for inspiration and boy was it.
The class focused on coasters which I’ve never taken the time to make before, but as always once I did one set I wanted to do another and another. The first set was with southwestern glass, I love this glass and wanted to see it on coasters. The 2nd and 3rd set was using the fused glass graffiti class I took in Missouri, so love this technique. Then of course I’m like great they are all so pretty but I realized I didn’t do a powder printing set so I created one with powder, reactions and Kanji some of my favorite things!
I hope you like them and if you would like a coaster set for your home please email me (email@example.com) and I can create a custom set for you.
Keeping my kiln warm,