I know I’ve blogged about this before but, one of the the aspects of fused glass that I love is if you don’t like it you can refuse it. When I took the glass class with Amanda in New York I mentioned that I broke one of my fused glass bowls (the mold was uneven and it caused a fulcrum splitting my bowl in 1/2.
When I got home I mentioned to Madi that I broke it and that I needed to make it into something else. I was thinking small, but Madi said to go big and I did! Let me know what you think.
This is kind of like a fishbowl but I put a mermaid on it. I love this fused glass art piece and it comes with the stand. I not only added the mermaid but I put some shells and a little texture too. I think it’s pretty awesome!!
This fused glass sconce is the other half of my broken dish. I powder printed two sea horses. I love sea horses and this is a very cool piece. The depth is wonderful and I love the waviness of the piece. It will look so great sitting on a mantle or in a window.
It was a big dish so I was able to make two night light as well. One of the night lights has a tree of life and the other is another sea horse of course.
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Keeping my Kiln warm,