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Art, Fused Glass, Home Decor

Lady in the Woods

Lady in the Woods

Recently I had a sale on my Artfire account, a fused glass Lady in the Woods sculpture. Normally on my sculpture pieces whether it’s the Tree of Life, Green Man or Lady in the woods, I make them to order. Ironically the examples are all shades of green but they […]

by × September 7, 2020 × 2 comments

Fused Glass, Jewelry

Silk screened Jewelry

Silk screened Jewelry

In last month’s Newsletter I wrote about some of my silk screened fused glass artwork. This month I’d like to show you a few fused glass silk screen jewelry pieces. I’ve just got started on the silk screen fused glass jewelry but the possibilities are amazing. Thank you Tanya from […]

by × July 29, 2020 × 0 comments

Fused Glass, Home Decor

Fused Glass Ornament & Sun-catcher

Fused Glass Ornament & Sun-catcher

Yes, I know it’s May but this post is to show how long it takes me to finish some of my fused glass pieces. I’ll make a piece but I won’t finish it. Here are some ornaments. I love making stars and tree ornaments. As you can see I have […]

by × May 26, 2020 × 0 comments

Art, Blog, Custom, Fresh from the Kiln, Fused Glass

I have 2 questions.

I have 2 questions.

Recently I made some fused glass Rainbow trees. I just love them, they are so colorful and just make me smile. But I need your help. 1st question – is which shape do you like best the curve or the wave? I like them both for different reasons. I like […]

by × September 29, 2019 × 4 comments

Fused Glass, Jewelry

New fused glass

New fused glass

I wanted to have some new fused glass pieces for my last 3 shows of the year. I made some new snaps, both small and medium; I will say several sold during my liberty show.           I made some new fused glass crosses.       […]

by × November 13, 2017 × 0 comments

Art, Blog, Fused Glass

Fused Glass – Texture

Fused Glass – Texture

I love fused glass and one of the things I enjoy about glass is you can make it into so many things. One of my favorite techniques is called kiln carving or bas relief. One way to do that is to put the glass on a textured mold and it […]

by × October 11, 2016 × 0 comments