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Donating Fused Glass Coasters -Defending the Endangered Auctions are a great way for organizations to raise money for their causes. They’re also an opportunity for artists to contribute. This winter, I am donating fused glass coasters to the silent auction at … Continue reading
TOP FINE ARTS MAKER: CARON ART GLASS Congratulations to CaronArtsGlass for winning Top Fine Arts Maker in the Great American Maker Search presented by ArtFire! Michelle Caron is truly devoted to her handicraft of fused glass sculpture, tableware, decor and … Continue reading
Fused Glass Wall Art Fused glass wall art provides a burst of color for any room. This particular project is a replacement for a kitchen window. The client had remodeled his home and what had once been an exterior window was … Continue reading
Fused Glass Logo By creating this fused glass logo, I was able to capture the flow of the client’s design. The graphic quality of the lines is very striking. As a single fused glass element, the logo really stands … Continue reading
Unique Wine Serving Tray Combining my hand raked fused glass with French wine crate ends to create a unique wine serving tray seems obvious now. But at first, I wasn’t sure what to do with these wonderful crate ends. As … Continue reading
This year’s Global Glass exhibit is up and running. You can visit at www.sculpturefix.com and see some really amazing pieces of glass art – including one of mine:)
First impressions matter. A unique business card holder starts the conversation between you and a prospective client. I use free form areas of hand raked glass to create one of a kind business card … Continue reading
Ms. Marci’s Class is a 15 inch x 15 inch fused glass panel ready to be suspended in front of a window or wall. The panel was commissioned to celebrate a gifted teacher who brought out the best in each … Continue reading
This project was composed of 28 fused glass panels that combined areas of raked glass with areas of single color glass. The raked glass was created by arranging the glass on a substrata of iridescent glass. I then heated the … Continue reading