Which do you like best?

Which do you like best?

Posted by on Mar 18, 2018 in Art, custom, fused glass, handmade | 0 comments

February’s Fresh From the Kiln I made a fused glass Spirit Tablet with a feather. I liked it so much that I made another one. The problem is I can’t decide which fused glass piece to put in the middle. They are all made of glass and added gold. The seahorse, according to what is my spirit animal a seahorse as a power animal provides “safe guidance through rough emotional waters”.           I also like these two shells, the...

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Fused Glass Textured artwork

Fused Glass Textured artwork

Posted by on Feb 20, 2018 in accessories, Art, Blog, custom, dish, fused glass, handmade, trinket | 0 comments

I’ve posted about my fused glass textured pieces before. I just love textured glass. These are my Suns’ The first one is the sun and the moon in iridized amber. It’s huge. Matter of fact, I didn’t think I had a stand that would hold it, but this stand is perfect – I do need to paint it – I’m thinking red, what do ya’ll think?  The middle one is beautiful, I love the texture and the colors. The third one is a 5×5 trinket...

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Fused Glass mold – August – Lady of the Woods

Fused Glass mold – August – Lady of the Woods

Posted by on Jul 23, 2016 in Art, Blog, fused glass | 0 comments

I love textured molds, whether it’s an image like the Tree of life or just a design texture. July’s mold of the month is a texture mold called Lady in the Woods and she’s beautiful. Similar to green man, but it’s a woman with flowers. The interesting thing about textured molds especially the image ones is you need to be a little cautious when you use them. The first time I used my lady in the woods I did something wrong (probably didn’t put...

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Fused Glass – Never Refuse to Refuse

Fused Glass – Never Refuse to Refuse

Posted by on Feb 25, 2016 in Art, Blog, fused glass, recycled glass | 0 comments

            A famous fused glass Artist Boyce Lundstrom coined the phrase never refuse to refuse and I’m a firm believer in that. Earlier this month and last month I wrote blogs about refusing broken glass pieces. This one is about a fused glass piece that I broke a while back. I thought I’d show you what I decided to do with a fused glass green sconce that I broke. As I mentioned in the original blog I broke it but very rarely do I...

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Thinking out side the shape of fused glass

Thinking out side the shape of fused glass

Posted by on Dec 4, 2015 in Art, Blog, Fresh from the Kiln, fused glass | 0 comments

I’m not sure if I mentioned it already, but a couple of months ago I had a customer asked me if I could turn my fused glass green-man into a mantel sconce like my Aspens. Then at my last show I had another customer ask me if I could turn my fused glass tree of life into a mantel sconce. Then last week I had a customer ask if I could make my fused glass aspens smaller to use with a stand. I’ve also changed the colors of my aspens for my customers and can change...

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Fused glass Pebbles

Fused glass Pebbles

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Art, Blog, fused glass | 0 comments

For today’s blog I wanted to write about one of my new fused glass obsession. It’s called Fused glass pebbles. I took a fused glass boot camp class from one of the best fused glass artists / instructors I know. Her name of course is Tanya Veit. I’ve blogged about Tanya many times, I adore her, she’s so talented, giving, beautiful, vivacious, and so many other adjectives I could fill a book. Anyway I’ve taken numerous classes with her, bought...

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November – Fused Glass Fresh From the Kiln

November – Fused Glass Fresh From the Kiln

Posted by on Nov 29, 2014 in Art, Blog, Fresh from the Kiln, fused glass | 0 comments

          I’ve had several items fresh from the kiln however, most of them are items my customers know and love, mainly my aspens! Instead of showing them again I thought I’d show you another fused glass artwork  that is more abstract. I think of it as my earth sculpture. It’s a screen melt that is just beautiful and about 1/2 an inch thick. I’m not sure if you can truly see how beautiful it is. I also added little dichroic...

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April’s Fresh From The Kiln – Fused Glass Tree-man

April’s Fresh From The Kiln – Fused Glass Tree-man

Posted by on Apr 26, 2014 in Art, Blog, Fresh from the Kiln | 0 comments

So April is Earth month and in fact last week was earth day, so I thought I’d show you my new Fused Glass Art fresh from the kiln. It’s a man, no it’s a tree,  no it’s tree man. As I’ve mentioned several times pictures do not do fused glass justice and this is no exception. What you can’t see is all of the texture of this piece. The texture is amazing because the glass if fired onto a mold. I’ve created two other textured pieces one...

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