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Fused Glass

 Fused glass is a process where small pieces of compatible glass are fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1450 degrees F until they are red hot and melt together. The glass is then refired a second time to a slightly lower temperature to slump into the desired shape and then annealed (a slow cooling process). Many unexpected and wonderful things can happen in each firing which make each piece unique.

 

 

 

 

 


We carry supplies for fusing: sheet glass, mold materials, shelf primer and hold introductory fusing workshops. See our section on Supplies and Classes for more details and visit our gallery of student projects.

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 For those who want to know more about glass fusing, visit Brad Walker's excellent web site at www.warmglass.com.

 The 2002 WGBB Magnet Exchange:
A Collection of frig art from around the world

 

 The 2004 Magnet Exchange
 
 


Lampworked Beads

 Here are some of Lynne's & Tamara's glass beads. Glass rods are melted in a torch and wound onto a steel rod to form the beads. It is an ancient art that is seeing a revival in this century. Please see our section on supplies and classes if you want to know more about this intriguing craft. Warning: it is highly addictive.

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 Home 

Classes

 Tamara's Glass

Glass Gallery

 Contact Us

Supplies Main 

 Mosaic Supplies

Stained Glass

Beadmaking

Fusing Supplies