From fusing tips to observation on creativity to the intersection of art and politics, this is where you’ll find thoughts from the guy who operates FusedGlass.Org.
At some point I’ll find a better place on this site to put this chart, but for now here it is. Set up glass squares as shown in this picture and full fuse (typically 1500° F for 30 minutes) to make perfect circles. This chart shows how many squares of specific sized glass are needed to make dots/circles of specific sizes. »
Sometimes glass just will not stay where it is supposed to sit on a mold. For many of those situations, here's a way to make it work. »
Check out this great solution to one of the toughest problems fused glass artists face - how to hang their work! »
This website went online in September 1, 2008. A lot can change in 10 years. »
An environmental storm is brewing in the Pacific Northwest. The sensational headlines, though, don't tell the true story. »
Make quick, easy, and inexpensive stainless steel mini-damns. »
Need a tool for carefully placing small amounts of frit? One of our customers came up with this ingenious drinking straw hack. »
Learn how Google can help you find images that you can use legally without copyright worries. »
Screen printing with powder. »
Every color strikes blood red! »
Not really about glass. Maybe about art. Certainly about life. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/) »
One of the more well designed and cleverer products that I’ve seen. http://www.artifill.com/ »
Large vacuum former under construction. »
If you don’t have this page bookmarked you should. Bullseye's reference for firing thick glass is must-have technical information. »
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