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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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