Reactive Glass Plates

So, I’ve been working on some production-y stuff lately, sushi plates with the bullseye reactive glass, which I really enjoy, but I feel I need to be a little more interesting with it. I’m enjoying the clean lines in contrast with the reactions, which have a very organic quality. I’ve also been doing some pendants with the French Vanilla and Dense White (0137, and 0313.)

Also, a few more tests of different reactions:

Also, the engraving that I posted last week is now in an online show in the Contemporary Glass Society’s Web Gallery. Horray! Check it out!

2 thoughts on “Reactive Glass Plates

  1. Oh my, I’m so late to the party – as in almost three years! But I just stumbled upon your blog since I’ve been playing with BE reactions, and wanted to say how much I enjoy it. (And by the way, one of my turquoise and silver reactions on French vanilla looks like someone needs dermatologist – yours are so much nicer!)

    I have a question – in the 2nd of the 4 photos, (2/6/12!), the top dish looks like dense white with strips of French vanilla on it. But there are also some soft strips that don’t have the typical outline – are just a soft gray. May I ask what those strips are?

    1. Oh! I’ve just consolidated my blog onto my website and noticed that I didn’t answer you forever ago. I’m sorry!

      I’ve made my fair share of things that look like someone needs a dermatologist, it’s definitely not just you 😛

      The strips on that plate that look soft grey in the picture are just 3mm tekta, actually. There are some strips of it in the top picture as well, over french vanilla. Counting from the top it would be strips 2, 6 and 8.

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