This piece was created using Bullseye Clear Tekta as a base. Unique Glass Colors enamels (navy blue and french vanilla) were poured onto the clear glass and manipulated to swirl together and then fused. This can now be slumped or draped to create a bowl, plate or vase.
Example of Pattern Flow Bar created in a class.
Rectangular platter created by student in Pattern Flow Bar Class
This piece was created by one of our students
These scarabs were created by one of our students. She had them matted and framed.
Example of project made in the Introduction to Copper Foil Class
Preparing the pot for our cane pull class.
Pulled cane created in one of our classes. These can be used as great design elements in fused glass projects.
Example of student project created in Intro to Lead Came Class.
The kiln is loaded and ready to fuse these stack melts - a technique taught in one of Paul Tarlow's ebooks. There are 4" squares with a circle on top with the design. These projects were created in one of our advanced fusing classes. See result below.
Post firing of the stack melt in the lower left corner of the image above. The finished piece is about 10" in diameter.