Mica and Dichroic Fused Glass pendants

Mica and dichroic Fused Glass Pendants
Mica and dichroic Fused Glass Pendants








As I’ve told those who come to my Fused Glass booth at my shows and those that follow my Fused Glass blogs know I love to learn. One of my mentors Tanya Viet did a free video using dichroic mica decals. Mica is a mineral, mined from the earth. But this mica isn’t a powder it is infused with dichroic coating and comes in the form of a decal that can be cut to different shapes. Mica does not fuse to itself, it only adheres to the glass surface it’s touching.

It is a very interesting product can be used in may ways but mainly for jewelry due to the cost. Tanya’s video showed several different techniques. One was just too difficult for me, I must not have a steady hand because I made a mess of it. But I liked three techniques using the mica decals. One has both mica and dichroic so it’s shiny and matt at the same time I made two pendants with it. The other two fused glass pendants have mica and powder and are very subtle but I like subtle. I’m curious what ya’ll think of these interesting fused glass techniques. These are so elegant in person.

If you’d like to see more of my fused glass artwork please check out my website Elegant Fused Glass by Karen.  Or if you would like to purchase one of these beautiful fused glass pendants, please email me at elegantfusedglass@gmail.com

Keeping my Kiln warm,


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