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Kris McNelis: “Falling Lights”. 9″ diameter
krismcnelis@gmail.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″
coppercreekdesigns@yahoo.com Not for Sale
503-678-7999. Enameled and fused glass with modeling glass added tentacle.

Margie Rieff: “Waterfall in Argentina“. 8″x10”
therieffs@gmail.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.

Shirley Bishop: “Mt. Hood” 34″ X 27″
studio13glassart@gmail.com $499
Reclaimed wood paned window with fused glass panels.

Carolyn Lindberg: “Red Tile”. 11″ round. $75
lindbergmc@comcast.net Fused glass bowl of red transparent glass with dichro squares around the rim.

Mary Sherwood: “Dynamic Dichro”
Glass with stand is 24″ W (base)  66″ H
mary@marysherwood.com $850 w/stand

Dynamic Dichro full view

Kelly Barkley: “Michigan Spring” 20″X 20″
Kelly@LakesideGlassStudio.com. Not for Sale

Amy Reissner: “Abstract“.
amyreissner@gmail.com This is a variation of technique.

Barbara Waggoner: Ltbarb2@icloud.com. 503 329-4234.

Sarah Miller: “The Pundit”. 16″ X 20″ $3500
sarahglasscanada@hotmail.com
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”
therieffs@gmail.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
karen@seymourstainedglass.com. 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
lynkennison@gmail.com 503-997-5859 $125.
Sheet glass cut to fit the frame, glass powders, and glass frit.

Mitzi Kugler: “Swaying in the Breeze 2020” 
20.74″ X 12″. $1375
mitzikart@gmail.com.

Margie Rieff: “Winter’s Stream” 8″x10″
therieffs@gmail.com. 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
amackiernan@gmail.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
karen@seymourstainedglass.com. 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
sarahglasscanada@hotmail.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
amyreissner@gmail.com $175. This is a variation on
Pattern Bars-Segment Slab.

Penni Russell: “Black Lace”. $169
7.25″x 8.25″ x 1″. penzone3@gmail.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.

Steve Jensen: “The Ice is Melting“. 11″ x 28″ x 11”
vincent@vincentlipeproductions.com $15,500.00
11″ x 28″ x 11″. Cast Lead Crystal.

Gundhild Palulis: “Bear and Cub” $95
12″ high X 16″ long X 5″. gundhild@hotmail.com
Tack fused piece on sanded and coated
Juniper wood.

Margie Rieff: “Impressionistic Houses on a Stream” “8 x 10” not for sale
therieffs@gmail.com.

Suzanne V Tyler: “Autumn Leaves A’ Falling’ “.
cookingsuz@yahoo.com. 12″ x 12″. $200
503-332-7711. The “Freeze and Fuse” method was used to create the many leaves shown in the picture.

Autumn Leaves A’ Falling’ details

Evan Burnette: 22″ x 14″ x4.5”. $10,000
Pink Dichroic Glass Glitter Chicken
evan.lagpdx@gmail.com.
Cast glass chicken, with dichroic glass, and dichroic extract. Press-molded glass platter, polished and mirrored battuto engraving, aluminum gilding.

Lesley Kelly: “Four Leaf Frogs” 4.5″ X 4″.
kkelly0166@aol.com. Not for Sale

Marlene East: “Waves of Glass”. 24 (9.5″ x 11″) panels mounted inside 9.5′ x 4′ recessed ceiling. Not for Sale
Contact artist for custom design and pricing.
MarleneEastGlassArt@gmail.com

Waves of Glass details

Suzanne V Tyler: “Little Bird”. Not for Sale
cookingsuz@yahoo.com. 10″ x12.5″
503-332-7711. Made with finely cut pieces of glass, frit balls, dichroic glass, and stringers.

Ann Mackiernan: “VW Time Traveler Clock
7.5 ” x 7.5″ x 1.5 ” $85
amackiernan@gmail.com. Individual pieces of sheet glass are cut to form the base of the clock and are full fused.

Rosalind Cooper: “Superman” 14″ round platter
vibrantskyglassworks@gmail.com. 503-481-8385
A base of true blue transparent glass is centered by opal tomato red on both sides. $180

Sharon W Dunham: “Black & White Platter”.
12″ X 12″ X 1/2″ thick. On edge strip construction.
dunhamsw@frontier.com 503-860-5709 $175

Mel Archer: “Fall Colors Landscape” 15″ x 14.75″
mel@melarcher.com 503-201-3951 $2780
Created to resemble a watercolor painting.

Sandy Feder: “Seascape” $275
12.5″ across X 5″   deep
916-962-0955
sandy_feder@hotmail.com

Irene D’Aloisio: “Forever Blowing Bubbles”
17″ diameter. $875
willowgirl@lifespeachy.com 480-626-0052

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.

Greta Schneider: “HI!” 8″ X 8″. Not for Sale
coppercreekdesigns@yahoo.com

Hi! details. This piece includes high fire glass enamels, and powder leaf casting and crackle techniques.

Rosalind Cooper: “Luminescent Circle In a Square
vibrantskyglassworks@gmail.com. 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.
dunhamsw@frontier.com 503-860-5709. $160

Mel Archer: “Still Life Fruit Bowl” 13.75″ w x 11″ h
mel@melarcher.com 503-201-3951 $920
Created to resemble a watercolor painting.

Linda Gerrard: “Calm Waters”. $265
10 X 18″ (ready to hang). linda.gerrard2@gmail.com
503-804-3105. This piece was made using pre-made elements, sheet glass and powders.

Lyn Kennison: “Abstract in Red”. 9″ X 12″
lynkennison@gmail.com 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
sarahglasscanada@hotmail.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″
mel@melarcher.com 503-201-3951 $920
Created to resemble a watercolor painting.

Candace Pratt: “Universal Vessels Series #1
14″ X 3″ Not for Sale
candace@icingsglass.com

The basket-weaving ‘weft’ is silver icing jelly yarn woven in a modified 1:1 twill pattern.

Rosalind Cooper: “Perspective” 10″ round $150
vibrantskyglassworks@gmail.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″ charfort@gmail.com. $475
541-490-3899. Taken from a Richard Parrish technique, the Bargello pattern.

Michelle Galli: “Fluked” 16″ wide x 18″ high
galli.michelle@att.net. Not for Sale. The sculpture consists of 2 separate panels of glass mounted on driftwood.

Rosalind Cooper: “Winter Tray” 9.5″ X 5.5″
vibrantskyglassworks@gmail.com. 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″
jnwho@msn.com 208-608-3756. $500
Glass mounted on a brushed aluminum with wood backing.

Karen Seymour: “Snow Melt Lampshade“. $895
karen@seymourstainedglass.com. 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.

Heather Fountain: “Blue Hawaiian Hibiscus” 10.25″
fountainglass10@gmail.com $250

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
glasscann@gmail.com. Not for Sale

Spring Wedding details

Irene D’Aloisio: “Humpback Salmon” 15.25″X 10.25
willowgirl@lifespeachy.com 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
amyreissner@gmail.com $175.
Spring’s Promise is a kiln carved piece.

Penni Russell: “Lavender Ice”. $175
9.75″ x 7.25″ x 1″. penzone3@gmail.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.

Janice A Piercy: ” Promise of Spring”. 17″ X 32″
dnjglass@yahoo.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
mel@melarcher.com 503-201-3951
Multiple elements and firing created to resemble a watercolor painting.

Charlene Fort: “Multnomah Falls in Autumn”
17″ X 8″ charfort@gmail.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). linda.gerrard2@gmail.com
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
lynkennison@gmail.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
naturesartglass@gmail.com 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
vincent@vincentlipeproductions.com
Cast glass, mud – (note: the mud or dirt is from my childhood home in Ballard, WA).

Carolyn Lindberg: “Creek”. 11″ round. $75
lindbergmc@comcast.net This is a fused glass plate with large frit and dichro dots on top.

Candace Pratt: ‘Stitched Together’ 14″ X 9.5″
candace@icingsglass.com Not for Sale

Stitched Together details

Heather Fountain: “Ocean Breezes” 9″ X 15″
fountainglass10@gmail.com $850

Ocean Breezes top view

Jackie Doehling: “Summer Blooms” 5″ X 10″ X 1″
fullmoonloon@gmail.com. $85

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″
dnjglass@yahoo.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″
jnwho@msn.com 208-608-3756. $500
Glass mounted on a brushed aluminum with wood backing.

Sandy Feder: “Fabulous Fall” $2400
22″ X 18″   and 4″ thick
916-962-0955
sandy_feder@hotmail.com

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.
info@lindaethier.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.

Lesley Kelly: “Bubble Bonanza”
16″ X 16″. $200
kkelly0166@aol.com.

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