I make 16″ bowls which are slumped into a ball surface mold (shop.bullseyeglass.com/ball-surface-17-in-432-mm-slumping-mold.html). Ball surface molds are easy to use because the curve is the same throughout the mold, so you don’t have to worry about positioning the glass precisely for the slump. However, it does mean that the bottom is not flat, which led…
A glass bridge. These are all pictures of the same piece which is tack fused (i.e., melted) together rather than glued.
During the pandemic I missed gathering with friends.
There is something compelling about the clean lines of Craftsman inspired design.
Frit balls add a glorious combination of texture and color.
Stringers and rods make great patterns.
I find it very satisfying to learn new techniques and work with other glass fusers. I’ve taken several classes, and have enjoyed them all.