10 am - 5 pm
September 28-29 & October 5-6, 2019
Glass fusing is the technique of melting and moulding pieces of different coloured glass together. It was the earliest form of glassmaking, dating back more than 3,000 years ago.
After I cut the glasses, I compose the pieces in layers and melt it together in a kiln to create the final pieces. Crushed glass, fired-on paint and copper foil inclusions are sometimes incorporated for different visual effects in my work.
I enjoy producing vessels, window and wall panels as well as freestanding art for interior and exterior spaces. Some of my glass is to display in windows using wire fixtures, while other pieces are mounted on driftwood, stainless steel or in frames.
I love the entire process of glass fusing, from personally selecting each piece of glass to fusing my creations. Every piece I create becomes unique during the fusing process. I have found warm glass to be the perfect way to use my imagination and creativity and to combine colour and texture into distinctive fused glass art.
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