Last spring I watched the Bullseyeglass online video entitled, “Harnessing Flow in Kiln-Glass.” OMG! I was hooked on trying it, and with each experiment, I couldn’t wait to try another variation. Please check out the “Flow Glass Art” page in my Gallery. My favorite piece to date is “Chasm” (shown below), and I received a lot of positive comments about it .All year I have been showing my work to Suzie Geyer at Carolina Stained Glass, and she asked me if I would like to teach a workshop at the shop this winter. So, yesterday we had a fun day there teaching 7 students to make their own flow project. Everyone had a blast, and we are all looking forward to the kiln opening on Monday. Here’s a piece I fused last week to show the class what it looks like before and after fusing and to demonstrate the movement of copper foil fish in different parts of the project. It still needs a lot of cold working and finishing.
Monthly Archives: January 2014
An exhibit about NC Craftsmen is showing now at the NCSU Craft Center until March 28. I have 3 fused glass pieces in this show including the orange green vitrigraph rod plate shown here. There will be a panel discussion about the importance of craft at the Craft Center on the evening of February 26. I will have more info closer to the date.