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Glassmaking: Morganica (Cynthia Morgan) demonstrates the technical and creative challenges of making art using glass through fused glass, coldworking, and experimentation. Primarily focused on the casting of glass, including pate de verre and reservoir casting, she also discusses less-used kinformed glass techniques such as tack-fusing, kilncarving, and pattern-bar development.

1 08, 2016

Making a (BIG) glass counter top, part 1

2017-07-03T14:27:24-07:00

Apologies for the overlong ramble, but since this blog is intended to document my creative meanderings, it also details the times I'm bogged down in design and engineering. Apparently stuffing my musings into a blogpost for review is [...]

Making a (BIG) glass counter top, part 12017-07-03T14:27:24-07:00
4 04, 2016

Saturday musings: glass, color, poisons

2017-07-03T14:32:58-07:00

Rollicking last couple of months. If I were into astrology, I'd probably be talking about cusps and whether Aries was rising or something, which always sounds faintly pornographic. My potentially dirty mind and the vagaries of the universe aside [...]

Saturday musings: glass, color, poisons2017-07-03T14:32:58-07:00
19 12, 2015

Group buy: Custom thickness/size Tekta sheets

2016-01-24T12:34:39-07:00

And yep, for those of you who know anything about glassmaking (or have been to the Bullseye factory for just about any event), nope this isn't Tekta rolling down the lehr. If I'd had a picture of the Tekta [...]

Group buy: Custom thickness/size Tekta sheets2016-01-24T12:34:39-07:00
20 02, 2015

Color Line Enamel Trials, Round 1

2017-10-07T18:08:12-07:00

Glassists testing products would do well to remember this maxim: Failure is good. Each failure deepens your subject matter expertise. Sigh. When it comes to enamels-on-glass, my subject matter expertise must be about as deep as the Mariana trench. Bullseye Glass kindly included me in their [...]

Color Line Enamel Trials, Round 12017-10-07T18:08:12-07:00
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