I get asked all the time if I blow glass, if I do stained glass, if I put glass in a flame.
No, not yet, sometimes......
Most of the time, I FUSE glass.
WHAT IS FUSED GLASS?
Bullseye Glass explains: "Fusing is the technique of joining two or more pieces of glass by heat in a kiln. There are different glass fusing techniques. For example, “tack fusing” is a fusing technique in which the pieces of glass are heated until they are just hot enough to stick together and retain many of their own original characteristics. In a full fuse, on the other hand, glass is heated until it becomes molten. "
I primarily use Bullseye Glass that is handcrafted in the United States. There are many forms of this art glass: sheet, powdered, frit, stringer and rods to name a few.
I fuse using many techniques - including pulling molten glass from my kiln (below) to be used in special projects! Come and visit; I love to answer questions about glass.
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