Kris McNelis: “Falling Lights”. 9″ diameter email@example.com. This piece was made with a layer of clear and a layer of green transparent. I added green/clear buffalo chips and green/yellow murrini. No other details given.
Falling Lights top view.
Greta Schneider: “Reaching Out”. 10″ X 8″ firstname.lastname@example.org Not for Sale 503-678-7999. Enameled and fused glass with modeling glass added tentacle.
Margie Rieff: “Waterfall in Argentina“. 8″x10” email@example.com $200 I used a watercolor technique painting with powder and frit on a piece of glass. Lava cloth was previously fired on the glass to give the powder and frit a rough surface to attach to.
Sarah Miller: “The Pundit”. 16″ X 20″ $3500 firstname.lastname@example.org Gaps between the feathers were filled with progressively smaller pieces of glass
The Pundit detail. The feathers on this piece were created with tiny shards of glass
Margie Rieff: “Ecuador Woman“. 8″x10” email@example.com $200 I used Peter McCrain’s technique of vitrafusille. A photo from a vacation in Ecuador inspired me. I painted with enamel paint and also cut and full fused colored glass, murrini, and dichroic glass to portray this figure.
Karen Seymour: “Solar Flare Tabletop“. $1900 firstname.lastname@example.org. 206-525-1577 16.5″ x 16.5″ x 3/4″. Inspired by a NASA photo. The 3-D curve of the sun showing the cellularity of the sun’s surface was achieved in 7 layers.
Teri Shamlian: “Salmon” 12″x12″, Not for sale “Salmon” was inspired after a cruise to Alaska. The Native American Art moved me, and was created when I lived in Bend, Oregon.
Salmon broader view
Lyn Kennison: “Waterfall 3”. 6″ X 14″ w/stand email@example.com 503-997-5859 $125. Sheet glass cut to fit the frame, glass powders, and glass frit.
Margie Rieff: “Winter’s Stream” 8″x10″ firstname.lastname@example.org. Layers of fused glass, powder, and frit on a piece of clear glass. $350
Ann Mackiernan: “A Study of Leaves“ 12″ x 6 ” x 1.5″ $125 email@example.com. The glass pieces were constructed by layering different colors of powered glass on top of a 3mm piece of glass.
Karen Seymour: “Ammonite Tabletop“. $2500 firstname.lastname@example.org. 206-525-1577 18″ x 18″ x 5/8″, tall. Fuse Clay, sculpted into the ammonite shape, was used to drape-fire dichroic glass.
Sarah Miller: “Resilience”. 4″ x 4 1/4″. $125 email@example.com. I had the idea of trapping bubbles between two pieces of glass, in order to create a night sky. I chose a dark, swirly glass that had a lot of texture, which I hoped would create bubbles when I fused it texture-side down on a piece of clear glass. With powder, I created a forest scene on the surface of the glass.
Amy Reissner: “Turquoise & White Creamsicle“. 8” circle firstname.lastname@example.org $175. This is a variation on Pattern Bars-Segment Slab.
Penni Russell: “Black Lace”. $169 7.25″x 8.25″ x 1″. email@example.com 253-227-0803. Glass lace was spontaneously created during initial firing using only frits and powders. The base was created separately, layering powders over clear for a feeling of depth.
Forever Blowing Bubbles side view This low, wide bowl represents the fun and capriciousness of an Asian-styled fish. The symbols around the rim of the bowl are elements of the fish itself: the tail, eye, and fins. Colors are very rich and vibrant and common in the Haida culture from the Northwest.
Hi! details. This piece includes high fire glass enamels, and powder leaf casting and crackle techniques.
Rosalind Cooper: “Luminescent Circle In a Square” firstname.lastname@example.org. 503-481-8385 A circular disk with murrini on the outside and glass frit of multiple colors contained in the murrini. $175
Luminescent Circle In a Square top view
Sharon W Dunham: “Blue Strip Bowl”. 9″ diameter 1/2″ thick. On edge strip construction. email@example.com 503-860-5709. $160
Mel Archer: “Still Life Fruit Bowl” 13.75″ w x 11″ h firstname.lastname@example.org 503-201-3951 $920 Created to resemble a watercolor painting.
Linda Gerrard: “Calm Waters”. $265 10 X 18″ (ready to hang). email@example.com 503-804-3105. This piece was made using pre-made elements, sheet glass and powders.
Lyn Kennison: “Abstract in Red”. 9″ X 12″ firstname.lastname@example.org 503-997-5859 $130. Enamel powders, glass powders, and glass frit with wood backing ready to hang.
Sarah Miller: “Poems Written on the Sky“. $900 email@example.com 17″ square I wanted to use the glass wisely in order to express the play of light and shadow in this scene.
Mel Archer: “Still Life Orchids” 13.5″ x 10.75″ firstname.lastname@example.org 503-201-3951 $920 Created to resemble a watercolor painting.
The basket-weaving ‘weft’ is silver icing jelly yarn woven in a modified 1:1 twill pattern.
Rosalind Cooper: “Perspective” 10″ round $150 email@example.com. 503-481-8385 A limited made piece of graffiti glass made using steel blue, powder blue and few other shades.
Charlene Fort: “Bargello Glass” 19″ X 19″ firstname.lastname@example.org. $475 541-490-3899. Taken from a Richard Parrish technique, the Bargello pattern.
Michelle Galli: “Fluked” 16″ wide x 18″ high email@example.com. Not for Sale. The sculpture consists of 2 separate panels of glass mounted on driftwood.
Rosalind Cooper: “Winter Tray” 9.5″ X 5.5″ firstname.lastname@example.org. 503-481-8385 This piece was constructed using a pattern bar that I made using shades of white and clear glasses that fused and mashed together to form an intricate design. $75
Nancy Arnett: ‘Tea Time’ 32″ X 8.5″ email@example.com 208-608-3756. $500 Glass mounted on a brushed aluminum with wood backing.
Karen Seymour: “Snow Melt Lampshade“. $895 firstname.lastname@example.org. 206-525-1577 7″ diameter, 17″ tall. Inspired by the many melting and re-freezing textures of snow in the spring in Minnesota where I grew up. Icicles are tack fused stacks of triangles with nichrome wire loops.
Blue Hawaiian Hibiscus detail. This fused glass piece was created by layering glass powders through successive firings.
Cindy Cannarozzi: “Spring Wedding” 7″ X 10″ Sheet glass with frit and enamel email@example.com. Not for Sale
Spring Wedding details
Irene D’Aloisio: “Humpback Salmon” 15.25″X 10.25 firstname.lastname@example.org 480-626-0052 colors are very rich and vibrant and common in the Haida culture from the Northwest $775
Humpback Salmon top view
Amy Reissner: “Spring’s Promise“. 8” circle email@example.com $175. Spring’s Promise is a kiln carved piece.
Penni Russell: “Lavender Ice”. $175 9.75″ x 7.25″ x 1″. firstname.lastname@example.org 253-227-0803. Glass lace was spontaneously created during initial firing using only frits and powders. The base was created separately, layering powders over clear for a feeling of depth.
Janice A Piercy: ” Promise of Spring”. 17″ X 32″ email@example.com. 509-859-2944 $550. The work can be hung or displayed on a suitable stand. It provides exceptional brilliance of color when placed in a window, sunlight or artificial light.
Mel Archer: “Mt Bachelor from Hosmer Lake” 27″ w x 17″ tall $5700 firstname.lastname@example.org 503-201-3951 Multiple elements and firing created to resemble a watercolor painting.
Charlene Fort: “Multnomah Falls in Autumn” 17″ X 8″ email@example.com Not for Sale 541-490-3899. Every imaginable technique I could use was incorporated on this piece.
Linda Gerrard: “Summer Song 3”. $275 12×20″ (ready to hang). firstname.lastname@example.org 503-804-3105. This piece was made using pre-made elements, sheet glass and powders.
Marlene East: “Seize the Breeze”. MarleneEastGlassArt@gmail.com 17 fused kites with tails hanging in 14′ x 4′ Not for Sale. Recessed LED-lighted display wall at top of glass stairs. Largest kite is 10″ x 16″. Smallest is 4″ x 6″.Not for Sale. Contact artist for custom design and pricing.
Seize the Breeze details
Lyn Kennison: “Dragon”. 8″ X 8″ $150 email@example.com 503-997-5859. Strips of 1/2″sheet glass were laid on edge in an 6″x6″ square form, fused up to 1700 then combed.
Kristine A Kelly: “Half Dome from Sentinel Bridge, Yosemite“ firstname.lastname@example.org 12″ x 14″ Framed. The technique is called sgraffito and involves sifting a thin layer of Bullseye powder over a background piece of glass and then removing areas of glass using various tools such as paintbrushes, color removers, credit cards, and more. Not for Sale
Steve Jensen: “The Journey Home”. 10″ x 24″ x 10″. $13,500.00 email@example.com Cast glass, mud – (note: the mud or dirt is from my childhood home in Ballard, WA).
Carolyn Lindberg: “Creek”. 11″ round. $75 firstname.lastname@example.org This is a fused glass plate with large frit and dichro dots on top.
Summer Blooms bottom view. Petals and dots were made from edges cut from larger pieces formed using the Eden process. Stems are vitrigraph pieces I pulled.
Janice A Piercy: ” Promise of Hope”. 32″ X 12″ email@example.com. 509-859-2944 $550. The work can be hung or displayed on a suitable stand. It provides exceptional brilliance of color when placed in a window, sunlight or artificial light.
Nancy Arnett: ‘Flight’ 15.25″ X 16.5″ firstname.lastname@example.org 208-608-3756. $500 Glass mounted on a brushed aluminum with wood backing.
Fabulous Fall side view I wanted a piece with striking fall colors and the face of Mother Nature peering out from it. I fused the piece flat and then slumped it over a ceramic face.
Linda Ethier: “Along A Path: 16″h. x 16″w. x 3″d. email@example.com. 503-238-5776 $8000 Using “lost wax” to create the refractory molds I form all of the objects in each piece individually. Then I “grow” the piece over several carefully controlled firings, adding more objects with each firing.