Archive for the ‘slumped glass’ Category

In Part 1, we saw the ungrouted and grouted versions of this one. Here it is with the painted sides to make it complete. This is the sun in its final resting spot… … on the Wall-O-Suns.


… and certainly not the last one. This isn’t even a really early one. It just happens to be one I took photos of with my new digital camera. I like the colors (I know I say that all the time.). And I like the air bubble. Apparently I’m going to be one of those […]


This one in purples and blues. I like the colors on this one a lot. The purple really changes to almost white at times. Here it is on a different background.


This started as 13 (ack!) strips of 1″ X 6″ glass stacked in between dams and fused to make a “chunk” of layered glass. There’s pink, green and two blues in the pieces, but the two blues are hard to spot. You have to look pretty hard to see the difference. Then I cut the […]


This one has a history but I kept it because I like the colors and may recreate it “algun buen dia.” I made this one in class and when it was fused, it was stacked on top of another piece of the same size. That piece belonged to another student and the piece of paper […]


Squares 1

07Jun07

This is another early piece. It’s 8″, fused and slumped. Again, I like the colors. I think though, if I do this type of piece again, I’ll not use transparent glass. The first bottom square on the third row is transparent iridescent.


First Plate

04Jun07

Not to be confused with first base… this was my first glass project. This was the class where I learned to Cut Glass. Woo. The pieces were cut and fired once to fuse them, then that piece was put onto a mold and fired again to slump it into the mold. That’s how it got […]