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Kiln-Formed Glass: Over 25 Projects for Fused and Slumped Designsby Gillian Hulse
Synopses & Reviews
This enticing new book brings the magical qualities of luminous, color-rich glass to a wider audience. In step-by-step detail, Gillian Hulse demonstrates how to layer and combine clear, dichroic, and textured fusing glass with inclusions such as bubble powder to create gorgeous flat and three-dimensional pieces.
Designs such as a dragonfly panel and passionflower coasters take their inspiration from the natural world, while a love of art and textiles is the foundation of other creations---both flat and slumped---such as the Klimt-inspired Vienna bowl.
A comprehensive techniques section, detailed photographs and instructions, and clear templates ensure that glass enthusiasts of all levels---including hobbyists with access to a kiln---can create spectacular results across a range of decorative items for the home, as well as exquisite jewelry items.
About the Author
GILLIAN HULSE trained in both graphics and textile design. She developed a passion for working with glass after seeing the beautiful stained glass windows designed by the artist Marc Chagall at Tudely Church in Kent. Gillian now has her own studio in the southwest of England where she produces wall pieces, vessels, and jewelry.
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