I was setting up my glass table this weekend and realized that I needed some room. That was the spark that finally motivated me to photograph and list the new pieces, especially the sun catchers. Of course, we are not getting much sun around here lately so I could call them cloud catchers.
I got a few other things listed as well but let's start with the sun catchers.
These are the 6 big pieces that range from 8" - 10". There are a few small 4" pieces too. Clearly I'm still working on my glass photography skills. Each image links to the product page for that sun catcher.
There are some tree and pinwheel ornaments too. I love making these and they would be great gifts. The pinwheels (except for #4) are made with dichroic glass so they reflect a lot of light and change color in different light.
Finally there's this piece that I'm calling Flourish. The technique is called kiln carving. I cut out shapes from a thick high temp fiber paper, arrange the pieces on the kiln shelf and then fire it with the glass on top. The glass melts around the shapes. This piece is made with pale lavender glass and comes with the stand. I see this one as a wedding gift.
Now that these are listed I can go make more!
5/23/2016 11:19:57 am
Beautiful glass, Vicki!
5/23/2016 11:32:01 am
The glass is wonderful! That carved piece is stunning!
5/23/2016 05:26:54 pm
5/23/2016 10:31:59 pm
The Flourish piece is beautiful.
5/24/2016 07:38:53 am
Fabulous glass, love your quilt pieces. That last Flourish is just stunning!
5/24/2016 09:14:40 am
Stunning pieces of art. All of them are beautiful and of course the first two I selected were already sold! LOL
5/24/2016 05:26:53 pm
Love, love, love that last piece.That design would be great appliqued or quilted!
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.