With time on my hands, I’ve been experimenting with reactive effects in glass. I use Bullseye Glass for fusing. When certain glasses are combined in the kiln, their chemistries have the potential to react, which can cause beautiful effects. Bullseye have charts on their website showing the reactive potential of their glasses. It’s all toContinue reading “Working with reactive glass”
Patchwork plates are fun to make. I’ve been making them for several years now. I pick a colour palette and then make up my design. Each design is different – it all depends on what glass I have available and whether I’m cutting the glass into squares, rectangles or triangles. The green patchwork plate hasContinue reading “Patchwork Plates”
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”
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