Wednesday, February 11, 2015


We are about a week away from having a fully operational glass studio, so I am playing around with images of my glass to whet my appetite.

The angular piece was made at Pilchuck a year and a half ago, and it sits upon a part of an iceberg piece I made for the "Greenland Diary" show. There's a lot of ice-work yearning to be set free in the glass out there, and I intend to do my best to allow it to bust out and express itself with aplomb.

Meanwhile, I am exploring some texture studies I did at Pilchuck
--all experiments in low firing temps to maintain that wonderful grainy look.


Lora Martin said...

These are all wonderful, but that grainy low fire look on the last piece is really intriguing.

Pamela Price Klebaum said...

Hey, Lora,for some reason you popped into my mind today as I was leaving my garage! How are you? Yes, these pieces were a fun experiment. I had never seen the grainy type finish, and some are a bit bas relief.

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