Here, we'll discuss how flameworking can be combined with kilnforming to achieve effects that range from representational to abstract.
This lesson suggests some of the criteria to consider as you investigate your choices of kiln-glass.
In this lesson, you will learn about the fundamental properties of glass, the basic forms of art glass and their uses, and how art glass is made at Bullseye Glass Company.
In this lesson you will learn about the tools and techniques involved and will get a broad overview of the ways glass powder can be used in art and design.
New to glass fusing? Ready to begin your glass fusing education? Good news, you've come to the right place.
In this lesson you will learn how to use Bullseye Shelf Primer, an affordable and highly effective separator.
Artist Dustin Sherron demonstrates his process for using Color Line Paints on glass. He says, "Layering Color Line Paints and powdered glass over multiple firings allows me to make paintings with both illusionistic and real depth."
A deeper understanding of the basic principles of design will help you make more confident decisions in your work. In this lesson, we'll explore these principles of design using powder printed elements.
In this project-based lesson, we'll work with a streaky sheet glass style called Petrified Wood, which contains a unique combination of reactive glasses that develop with heatwork
Knowing how to drill small holes in glass opens up many design options for kilnformed works. Learn how to set up your drilling station and more in this lesson.
In this lesson we demonstrate how to combine two or more pieces of glass by creating a centerpiece from two slumped bowls.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to create a wax model from both found objects and an existing mold.