Browse the gallery and enjoy unique glass art pieces. A variety of methods have been used in creating these glass art pieces, such as:
Copper Inclusions where copper is fused between two layers of float glass. Once cooled, art piece is enameled, edges sanded, and slumped into a kiln;
Adding Ground Glass Colors and Other Materials Between Layers where colors and other materials are placed between layers of glass, and then slumped into kiln, cooled, and edges sanded;
Controlled Bubbles where chemicals are used to create multi-colored bubble creations, Chemical oxides and bubble powder are placed between layers of glass, and then slumped into kiln, cooled, and edges sanded;
Silver Staining where glass is cut, colored with silver stain, and slumped into kiln;
Iridizing where mica and dichroic glass are fused between layers and on the surface of glass, then fused in the kiln.