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Streak of Red

Streak of Red

01. The Coldworking Room Several months ago, this piece began life in a class at Bullseye Glass in Pasadena. Using two different projects, we learned to use every piece of coldworking (grinding or cutting glass while keeping it cool with water) equipment in this...
Owls

Owls

01. Owls After the success of the eyeglasses decal, I wanted to try a denser design, but didn’t have a photo that I wanted to use. I’m also interested to see if the decal will have enough contrast against a darker color, hence the Robin’s Egg Blue...
Strips of Forest

Strips of Forest

01. Curiouser This project started life as what Bullseye Glass calls a “Curious sheet” made up of multiple colors. In this case, it’s a single sheet of 3mm thick glass made from White, Deep Forest Green, and Caramel. The result is a streaky mix that...
Bubble Plate Green

Bubble Plate Green

01. Stringers and Spacers In this photo, I’ve already cut the clear Tekta glass for the plates (3mm thick, 10 x 8 inches). There are also a couple of small coasters I’ll be doing off to their left. The plates and coasters are sitting on a set of four small...
Bubble Plate Red

Bubble Plate Red

01. Stringers and Spacers I’ve already cut the clear Tekta glass (3mm thick, 10 x 8 inches). It’s sitting on a set of four small ceramic dam pieces, elevating it from my gray cutting mat just to make it easier to pick up later.  For the green lines I used...
Amber and Vanilla Platter

Amber and Vanilla Platter

01. Long and Short Strips Like the other strip cut projects I’ve done, it’s important to cut the pieces precisely in order to achieve the end effect. Here are all of the Dark Amber Tint and French Vanilla pieces. You can see the scrap just off the cutting...