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Seascape fused glass art panel

I use glass powders and frit a lot in my fused glass panels, but this one is made up from sheet glass (Bullseye). I've used sea blue, aqua, light turquoise, midnight and streaky white glass, all lovely co-ordinating shades. The sky is white streaky, this glass varies a lot from one sheet to another, so I picked a section that gives the impression of a white cloudy sky. The colours nearest the horizon are the darkest, getting lighter towards the foreground. The aim was to give the impression of perspective. Between the sections of sheet glass I have used powders...

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Part sheets, stacks and cabochons

I've been experimenting with part sheets. For non-fusers that is  a single sheet of glass with glass powder, frit, stringers or whatever you want to put on it to create your own sheet of art glass. Bullseye have a useful 'tips and tricks' sheet online to guide you through the basics. I started with 3 mm tekta, added powders and coarse frit. These are a few of them, some already cut up. I also used some silver foil (leaf) to create reactions with the French vanilla and blue glass.   As I wanted the cabochons to be quite large, around...

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Horsham Art Fair 2016

As a member of Horsham Artist Open Studios I exhibited at our annual Art Fair. We were featured in a local paper, and received a lovely write up. Thanks to Horsham Gazette.  

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Christmas is coming - fused glass Christmas decorations ready for the kiln

12 stars and 12 Christmas trees in the kiln ready to fire. I make these every year in different colours. Last year it was stripes, so each year I make them different from the last. The trees have a wire ring fused into the top, between the layers. I will add a ribbon so they can be hung from the tree. The stars are just one layer of glass, and I usually wrap a fine ribbon around and make a loop. I'll take a photo of the finished Christmas decorations tomorrow, if they turn out well 😉

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New website

I'm thrilled that you can read this on the new website! As a starter I thought I would re post an article that appeared in my local magazine last year. Fired Creations article in All About Horsham magazinePosted by: Angela at 18:52, March 9 2015. It was so exciting to be interviewed by Ben Morris from All About Horsham magazine a few weeks ago. Photography by Toby Phillips  A Unique Creation  With Fired Creations, every item is truly individual! The British Museum has in its collection a Roman glass cage cup dating back to the 4th Century, called The Lycurgus Cup. It has been described...

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