Here's some process pictures of one of the larger house pieces.
I'm packing up a new piece to send to Stourbridge for Gravur on Tour with the Glass Engraving Network, it will have a long trip around Europe before I see it again in September 2016 in Frauenau (or, hopefully not.)
After the Symposium, I was also able to attend the School of Jiri Harcuba. It was a smaller group of us, lead by Pavlina Cambalova that met at the Glass Centre in Sazava, just south of Prague. The week started with the opening of an exhibit of works by Jiri, and it was wonderful… Continue reading School of Jiri Harcuba
Here's the second part of the reflecting series:I've realized that I posted the picture of the other tile that goes with this one without saying anything about it. It's over here.I am currently working on a series ofcameo engravings based on photographs that I am taking in museums around theworld. I find it interesting to… Continue reading Reflecting/Projecting: Confronting
I've been doing some new pendants, in a palette of whites this time, I really prefer the circular shape to the rectangular ones, on the whole, and I think that these ones looks quite nice with the bail showing rather than hidden behind the glass. I love the reactions between the silver leaf and the… Continue reading New Pendants
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… Continue reading Reactive Glass Plates
These were fired in kiln #2, with the following schedule:1. 3:00 - 5382. 3:01 - 7933. 3:31 @ 7934. 3:32 - 5385. 4:00 - 5166. 5:30 - 4277. 10:00 - 50They were put in, Monday November 10th, and came out Wednesday November 12th.There were four shelves, the bottom shelf was two layers of grey over… Continue reading Fusing for Engraving