Making a Dish

This is the visual process of how I make rainbow dichroic glass dishes. It starts with cutting out the sheets of glass. The process of cutting out the glass takes at least 5 hours. I am taking sheets of glass that are 3 by 3 feet and smaller and cutting them down to size. Sometimes…

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Fusing Dichroic Glass

Firing of the Week 1.22.18 Pre Kiln – I want to start off by apologizing for the low quality in my photos in this post. I fused these pieces late at night with terrible lighting. We were in the process of remodeling our workshop. We had not installed the proper lighting over the kiln. The…

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Fusing Glass

Firing of the WeekΒ 12.30.17 On 12.30.17 I fused this glass in preparation for slumping it. I also created a bunch of triangular rainbow dichroic pendants from scrap pieces of glass. I sent those finished pendants to my friend for wire wrapping. Pre KilnΒ Firing Session Post Kiln Firing Session I am always nervous when adjusting the…

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Fusing Glass

Firing of the Week 12.13.17 Fusing Session – Plates Pre Kiln Firing – I forgot to take more pre kiln firing photos. Sometimes that happens when I am in the middle of creating. I can’t stop the flow to document it for others. I have to keep swimming down the creative wave while I’m riding…

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First Plate Fusing

Firing of the WeekΒ 11.26.17 This was my very first plate fusing session. I was planning to place them in stores to be sold during the holidays. This had been a long time goal. I was so sucessful that I was able to make slump dishes, soap dishes, and pendants to be sold for the holidays.…

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