Red Fused Glass Bowl

This red fused glass bowl was made with coarse cherry red frit (crushed glass).  The second picture is looking down into the bowl.  You will notice small holes and, well,  this was intentional.  This fused glass bowl will not make a great soup bowl :), but it is very unique, otherwise.  It will make a great conversation piece as a centerpiece on a table or displayed on a shelf.

The diameter of this fused glass bowl is 9 inches.  I spread the coarse cherry frit on a kiln shelf and tack fused it, so the glass frit looks like I just poured it onto the kiln shelf.  After I tack fused it, I slumped it to get the bowl shape.  This fused glass bowl is fragile, so care must be taken with it.

I want to make larger fused glass bowls like this one.  First, I need to find a great bowl mold.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Blue, White, and Clear Fused Glass Plate

This fused glass plate is quite substantial, so it is great for a centerpiece on a table or displayed on a shelf.  It is functional, as well, so use it to serve appetizers or a dish at your next meal.

I used two layers of clear glass 11″ square.  I added the blue borders and the blue and white squares on top of the clear glass.  After fusing all the layers, I slumped it into a plate mold to get the shape.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Snowman Fused Glass Sun Catcher #4

This Fused Glass Sun Catcher is the fourth and last snowman in this series.  This one was made when it wasn’t snowing – a day like today.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Snowman Fused Glass Sun Catcher #3

This is the third Fused Glass Sun Catcher out of four. This one I fired a bit longer than the other snowmen fused glass sun catchers. The effect of the firing makes it look like the snowman is melting. A melting snowman is probably happening somewhere in the US right now.

Christine — Glass Artist

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Snowman Fused Glass Sun Catcher #2

I made four fused glass snowmen and this one is #2. I make each one a little different — usually the scarf is a different color and some have snow falling. This fused glass snowman has arms.

Christine — Glass Artist
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Snowman Fused Glass Sun Catcher

This Snowman Fused Glass Sun Catcher finally got a chance to get its picture taken.  Although there isn’t any snow where I live in Oregon, I know a lot of you are getting a lot of snow.  We like living here, because we don’t have to shovel snow!!!  If we want to play in the snow, we can drive up into the Cascade Mountains where there is a lot of snow.

However, I was looking at some pictures from a few years ago around Christmas and I was making a snowman from real snow!  Now that was very unusual.  However, my snowman didn’t look like the snowman in this fused glass sun catcher 🙂

Christine — Glass Artist

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Red Flames Fused Glass Vase

This is the third fused glass vase like this one I made for a lady.  The “flames” or fingers are very delicate and two of the flames broke off the first fused glass vase before I even mailed it.  One of the flames broke off the second vase while it was being mailed to the lady.  Fortunately, I got my money back from the insurance I bought for it.

I needed a new strategy for this fused glass vase.  The “flames” needed to be stronger, so I added some clear glass behind each of the “flames.”  This seems to have worked out better.  I still need to mail this fused glass vase to the lady, so cross your fingers for me!  I want this one to make it safe and sound 🙂

Do you think this fused glass vase looks like flames?  Let me know what you think about “Flames #3.”  I’d love to get your feedback!!

Christine — Glass Artist

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