I’ve been making this type of plate for about 10 years. I’ve always called them a ‘splat’ plate though some glass artists call a similar design a ‘coral’ plate. I think the biggest difference between the two is that I slump my fused piece into a mold whereas coral plates are generally draped over aContinue reading “Fused Glass Splat Plate”
When working with layers of glass, one of the things an artist tries to avoid is air being trapped between the layers which then cause unsightly bubbles. For this plate, trapped bubbles are a design element. I cut two pieces of clear glass the same size. On each piece, I layered coloured stringers (thin piecesContinue reading “Fused Glass Bubble Plate”
I use Bullseye Glass for fusing. Some of their glass is known as ‘striker’ glass. In sheet form, this glass can appear pale or colourless. It matures to a much different colour when fired. On the piece I am making below, the bottom sheet of ‘clear’ glass and the top small ‘clear’ pieces are actuallyContinue reading “Bullseye Striker Glass”
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