Fusing in the heat of May

Summer seems to be here already with temperatures over 90 in mid-May. What can we expect now for real summer? At least for a while, I am spending my studio time creating fused glass powder prints. They don’t heat up the space as much as longer fusing schedules. Here are some images from a piece that I hope is in the kiln for it’s final fuse. The first fuse is the mountain, sky and lake on a white background. Then I printed spring flowers on clear glass (second image). The final step is to fuse this onto the background. I used clear glass powder between the layers to eliminate (hopefully) bubbles that occur between the layers. Now the anticipation! More about this technique is in my new MENU category on Techniques.


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