Other Fused glass art
Bamboo shoots, as a sturdy shaped plate. Dishwasher proof, so can be used for serving snacks. Chinese, anyone?
Dimensions approx 14x14cm
For hanging against a window, or on a tree itself. Approx 10cm tall. £3 each
Multi-coloured heart, with added sparkle, formed in the kiln.
My first fused glass scene.
Just how many colours?!
The first of my birch forest scenes, formed with a wave, on a wooden mount.
Christmas-time coasters, with festive holly berries and leaves design.
Glass crosses in lots of different colours, both patterned, plain, transparent and opaque. Each is finished with a hanging cord in toning colour. Heights 10-18cm.
A glass tea light or candle holder, with patterns formed from glass flakes and inks. Approx 8 cm high.
Simple flower designs in glass as sturdy coasters.
Available in a wide variety of colours, and in transparent colours look great against windows as 'sun catchers'. They can be easily hung with ribbons, or with supplied clear fishing wire. The longest dimension shown here is about 16cm, but a variety of sizes is possible.
Made to enter a food-themed fused glass art show, this is a rather fun take on an orange. Other round fruits such as pomegranate, kiwi, grapefruit are all possible. And, yes, this is all glass; no painting involved!
A simple 'sun catcher' with alternating colours. Here shown with clear glass contrasting with a colour transparent colour, though many different combinations are possible. Diameter approx 10cm.
A coaster design with a difference. The solid transparent colour is has a 'river' channel running through it, lined with special sparkly glass chips, that reflects lots of different colours, almost like diamonds. Available in lots of colours — see other pictures in the gallery.
A coaster design with a difference. The solid transparent colour has diamond-like special sparkly glass chips embedded into it, that reflect lots of different colours. Available in a variety of colours, though I think dark base colours work well. (NB: The glass chips aren't sharp, but the surface of the coaster is unlikely to be completely flat.)
A simple coaster design inspired by tartan cloths.
A delicately balanced pile of stones in a rainbow of colours, set against a black opaque glass background.