This work was made from sections of annular rings of turquoise and clear glass with a circle of clear glass in the middle, fitted together, and topped with a circle of clear glass and various translucent stringers; fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

Fired again for 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

270mm diameter approx.

Item Code: 0044

Sold during the Noosa Open Studios Art Trail 2022

This work was made from 18 separately cut triangles of translucent red glass and 18 triangles of opaque orange glass, four strips of translucent green for the edges, corners and feature panels of variegated glass and 3 clear panels, fitted together, topped with one sheet of glass; fired for 24 hour to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0076

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

On brown paper to highlight the pattern

This work was made from two layers of glass with white and black dots placed on top, creating a floral effect; fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was then fired again in a mold for 24 hours to shape it.

250mm square aprox.

Item Code: 0067

Sold during the Noosa Open Studios Art Trail 2022

 

This work was made from one square of clear glass, topped with corners of clear glass that created a circular outline against which there are 8 white triangles, with a variety of red, green, yellow and ochre pieces in the middle, 4 green oblongs In the corners; fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0017

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

This work was made from 8 separately cut strips of blue glass with triangles of blue glass at each of the ends; 4 rectangles, 12 triangles and 1 octagon of clear glass; pale stringers between some of the clear glass pieces; fitted together, topped with a square of clear glass and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The final patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

240mm square approx.

Item Code: 0036

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Contradictions.

This work is a two-sided black and white item, each side consisting of 129 separately cut pieces of glass fitted and fused together; and the two sides then fused back to back. 

The glass is a diameter of  280 mm approx. The whole work, including the stand is 405 mm high X 325 mm wide X 200 mm deep approx.

Item Code: 0102

Price: $2750

 

 

Yin and Yang in the World

This work was made by cutting 10 pieces of black, white and clear glass with curved edges and one small rectangular piece of clear glass, fitting them together, topped with one square  of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

A frame of two layers of strips of clear glass was added; and fired  for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The glass is 320 mm square approx. The stand is 280mm wide by 100mm deep approx.

Item Code: 0099

Price: $265 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Hint of Mondrian

The striped pieces of glass were made by cutting strips of  coloured glass, fitting them together and topped with clear glass; before firing in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together. The striped glass was cut into strips and triangles as observed in the finished work.

Two layers of glass were built around the striped pieces, with the red and blue triangles, and the black strips fitted in the top layer. The coloured glass dots and black striped oblong were placed on the top layer; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

A frame of two layers of strips of clear glass was added; and fired again to fuse the glass.

The glass is 305 mm square approx. The stand is 280mm wide by 100mm deep approx.

Item Code: 0100

Price: $265 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crossroads

This work was created by making the striped sections  in the first firing. These were then fitted together and infilled around them by two layers of clear glass pieces allowing for outlines of white and black strips, and fired again. 

The glass is 290 mm square approx. 

The whole work including the stand is 510 mm high X 410 mm wide X 100mm deep approx. 

Item Code: 0101

Price: $375

This work was made from two layers of clear glass circles and topped with crimson dots and orange and red oblong shapes; fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The final patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it

270mm diameter approx.

Item Code: 0016

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

This work was made from two layers of clear glass, one of which is in three parts,  and topped with four crimson dots and red and crimson oblong shapes; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it

220mm diameter approx.

Item Code: 0047

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Black and white sheets of glass were cut into strips, with a piece of clear glass placed over the top and fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The resulting striped glass was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern and fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The chequerboard pattern was once again cut into strips and crisscrossed. Two layers of clear glass pieces were cut and fitted between the strips; and fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The final patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0078

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Green & Gold Bows

This work was inspired by Australian national colours of green and gold. 

It was made from two circular layers of clear glass, topped with bows of dark and pale translucent green, and opaque yellow glass for the bows, with coloured dots for the necks of the bows; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

270mm square approx.

Item Code:  0085

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Leaf Motif Series

This work was made by placing dark and translucent green oblongs as stylised leaf motifs, and a green centre dot with white triangles and white dots on top of one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

250mm square approx.

Item Code:  0004

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Leaf Motif Series 

This work was made from two squares of clear glass on top of each other, topped with four burgundy leaf motifs and four olive curved shapes; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

240mm square approx.

Item Code:  0027

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Leaf Motif Series

This work was made by cutting dark and pale translucent green leaf motifs and placing them on top of two layers of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

280mm square approx.

Item Code: 0079

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included) 

Leaf Motif Series

This work was made from two squares of clear glass on top of each other, topped with olive and ochre leaf motifs ; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

240mm square approx.

Item Code:  0087

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

An autumn-coloured sheet of glass was made by placing lots of individual coloured pieces of glass on top of a layer of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The patterned sheet was then cut into strips and fitted around two layers of glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The final patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

220mm square approx.

Item Code:  0048

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

An autumn-coloured sheet of glass was made by placing lots of individual coloured pieces of glass on top of a layer of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned sheet was then cut into squares. The squares were placed on top of two squares of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse.

The final patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

230mm square approx.

Item Code:  0023

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

This work was made from two layers of clear glass circles, one smaller than the other fitted with a rim from annular sections of black glass (and black frit), with autumn inclusions in the middle; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass together. 

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours draped over a mold to shape it.

Maximum width 150mm approx.

Item Code: 0018

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

This work was made from two layers of clear glass circles, one smaller than the other fitted with a rim from annular sections of black glass (and black frit), with autumn inclusions in the middle; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass together. 

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

 190mm diameter and 25 mm deep, approx.

Item Code: 0019-1

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

This work was made from two layers of clear glass circles, one smaller than the other fitted with a rim from annular sections of black glass (and black frit), with autumn inclusions in the middle; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass together. 

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

170mm diameter and 35 mm deep, approx.

Item Code: 0019-2

Price: Sold during Noosa Open Studios 2023

Black and white sheets of glass, and blue and white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top of each group;  and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make striped sheets of glass.

The black and white striped sheet was cut into strips of alternating black and white rectangles approximately 1 cm wide, two layers of glass placed on one side; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together. The result was again cut through the middle of the black and white strip to make narrower strips with clear edges.

The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass, each of 12 pieces, around a square of the blue and white stripe with the black and white strips as the outline, corner pieces of black, white and blue; and fired again for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0095

Donated & sold at the AusGlass Artists Conference 2023 auction in support of Ausglass

This work was made from 16 squares of clear glass separated by narrow opaque pink strips, trimmed with a narrow translucent crimson edge, fitted together and fired for 24 hours to fuse. 

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0014

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

This work was made from 16 squares of clear glass separated by narrow opaque strips of dark blue and light blue, trimmed with a narrow translucent light blue edge, fitted together; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together. 

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0035

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Highlighting the Colour Series.

A lot of the glass for warm glass work is richly and brightly coloured. This  series aims to highlight those colours.

This work was made from 41 separately cut pieces of glass, fitted together, topped with one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together. 

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0032

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Highlighting the Colour Series.

A lot of the glass for warm glass work is richly and brightly coloured. This series aims to highlight those colours.

This work was made from 41 separately cut pieces of glass, fitted together, topped with one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together. 

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0031

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Highlighting the Colour Series.

A lot of the glass for warm glass work is richly and brightly coloured. This  series aims to highlight those colours.

This work was made from 41 separately cut pieces of glass, fitted together, topped with one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together. 

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0030

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Highlighting the Colour Series

A lot of the glass for warm glass work is richly and brightly coloured. This series aims to highlight those colours.

This work was made from 41 separately cut pieces of glass, fitted together, topped with one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0029

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Highlighting the Colour Series

A lot of the glass for warm glass work is richly and brightly coloured. This series aims to highlight those colours.

This work was made from 41 separately cut pieces of glass, fitted together, topped with one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0028

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

An autumn coloured sheet of glass was made by placing lots of individual coloured pieces of glass on top of a clear layer of glass; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned sheet was then cut into squares. The autumn squares were placed around two square layers of clear glass and separated by two layers of similar sized squares of clear glass ; and fired again for 24 hours to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned sheet was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it.

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0022

Sold during the Noosa Open Studios Art Trail 2022

Black and white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top of each group;  and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped sheet of glass.

The striped sheet was cut into strips  of alternating black and white rectangles approximately 1 cm wide, two layers of glass placed on one side; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together. The result was again cut through the middle of the black and white strip to make narrower strips with clear edges.

The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass, each of 9 pieces around the black and white sections; and fired again for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

240mm square approx.

Item Code: 0097

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from two layers of clear glass with orange oblong pieces of glass placed in the corners, and red and crimson pieces dotted around a circle with a square orange piece of glass in the centre;  and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass.

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

210mm square approx.

Item Code:  0059

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from 36 separately cut squares of clear glass separated by narrow pink strips, fitted together, topped with one square of clear glass; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0037

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from two tones of blue glass for the edges, a square of clear glass in the middle, topped with another square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0039

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from two tones of blue glass separated by white glass for the edges, fitted with a square of clear glass in the middle, topped with another square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0040

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included) 

Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into approximately 2.5 cm wide strips of alternating blue and white, fitted together with two square layers of glass in between, matching squares of blue on clear in the corners; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0043

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Blue and White AllSorts

Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into short strips  to make blue and white ‘all sorts’. Two layers of clear glass (each of 25 pieces) were separated by blue and white stringers, the two layers being fitted together with the ‘all sorts’; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

300mm square approx.

Item Code: 0092

Price: $295 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into short strips. This work was created by fitting two layers of clear glass each of 30 pieces separated by aqua stringers, around the striped pieces; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0086

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Hint of Art Deco Series

This work was made from sections of annular rings of black glass fitted around a circle of clear glass, with both on another circle of clear glass. The yellow, orange, white and blue pieces and the centre ring of annular black were placed on top; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0057

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Hint of Art Deco Series

This work was made from sections of annular rings of black glass fitted around a circle of clear glass, with both on another circle of clear glass. The yellow, orange and blue pieces were placed on top, with dots around the ring; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

270mm square approx.

Item Code: 0083

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Translucent blue & opaque white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips  of alternating blue and white stripes approximately 1 centimeter wide. The work was assembled with two layers of clear glass, each of 19 pieces, fitted around the blue and white strips; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0088

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Opaque blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips  of alternating blue and white stripes approximately 1 centimeter wide. The work was assembled with two layers of clear glass, each of 17 pieces, fitted around the blue and white strips; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0066

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares. The strips were arranged to create a chequerboard pattern;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The chequerboard pattern was cut into approximately one centimeter strips to create small alternating black and white rectangles. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass in the middle; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0013

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The chequerboard pattern was cut into approximately one centimeter strips of narrow alternating black and white rectangles. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass each of 24 pieces, around the strips of black and white; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

240mm square approx.

Item Code: 0077

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into approx. 1 cm strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into 1 cm strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The work was created by cutting two layers of clear glass to fit around the chequerboard pattern, allowing for square  crimson corners; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0005

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black and white, black and clear,  and white and clear sheets of glass were cut into strips, a piece of glass placed over the top of each group;  and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make striped sheets of glass.

The striped sheets were cut into strips of alternating rectangles approximately 1 cm wide, arranged in various combinations; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together. The process was repeated to make finer patterns, before being cut into the square inclusions. 

The work was assembled with 13 inclusions arranged in a diamond pattern, with 20 pieces of clear glass in each of two layers, fitted in-between; and fired again for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

280mm square approx.

Item Code: 0096

Price: $295 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black and white,  and white and clear sheets of glass were cut into strips, a piece of glass placed over the top of each group;  and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make striped sheets of glass.

The striped sheets were cut into strips of alternating rectangles approximately 1 cm wide, arranged in an offset manner ; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together. The process was repeated to make finer patterns, before being cut into square inclusions. 

The work was assembled with one inclusion in the centre and 8 along the edges, with 16 pieces of  clear glass in each of two layers fitted in-between; and fired again for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0001

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black and white,  and white and clear sheets of glass were cut into strips, a piece of glass placed over the top of each group;  and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make striped sheets of glass.

The striped sheets were cut into strips of alternating rectangles approximately 1 cm wide, arranged in an offset manner ; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together. The process was repeated to make finer patterns, before being cut into square inclusions. 

The work was assembled with one inclusion in the centre and 8 along the edges, with 8 pieces of  clear glass in each of two layers fitted in-between; and fired again for 24 hours to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0002

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from two layers of clear glass circles, one smaller than the other, and fitted with sections of an annular ring of black glass to make the rim, with  lengths of white glass distributed in the middle; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0020

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into approximately 1 cm wide strips of alternating blue and white, fitted together with two layers of clear glass each of which has a square and four triangles; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0063

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

White and clear sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into  strips of alternating white and clear rectangles. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass in-between; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0098

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Interpretation of Ice-Crystals Series.

A sheet of clear glass was cut into approximately 1 centimeter wide strips, topped with a clear sheet of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

The resultant clear self-patterned striped sheet was cut into squares with the self pattern running parallel to two sides, the squares cut into triangles and the triangles cut into further triangles. Suitable triangles were placed together to create the squares in the corners and the centre with their self-pattern. These squares were fitted around 16 pieces of glass, arranged differently in two layers creating a subtle geometric pattern to compliment the centre and corner self-patterns. The assembled pieces were fired for  24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0072

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Interpretation of Ice-Crystals Series.

A sheet of clear glass was cut into approximately 1 centimeter wide strips, topped with a clear sheet of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

The resultant clear self-patterned striped sheet was cut into squares with the self pattern running diagonally. The squares were fitted together to make the centre design. Other smaller squares were cut into triangles to make the corner pieces. These sections were connected by 12 pieces of clear glass, arranged differently in two layers creating a subtle geometric pattern to compliment the centre design. The assembled pieces were fired for  24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0071

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Interpretation of Ice-Crystals Series.

A sheet of clear glass was cut into approximately 1 centimeter wide strips, topped with a clear sheet of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

The resultant clear self-patterned striped sheet was cut into squares with the self pattern running diagonally. The squares were fitted together to make the centre design. Other smaller squares were cut into triangles to make the corner pieces. These sections were connected by 12 pieces of clear glass, arranged differently in two layers creating a subtle geometric pattern to compliment the centre design. The assembled pieces were fired for  24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0070

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Interpretation of Ice-Crystals Series.

A sheet of clear glass was cut into approximately 1 centimeter wide strips, topped with a clear sheet of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

The resultant clear self-patterned striped sheet was cut into squares with the self pattern running parallel to two sides, and the squares cut into triangles. Suitable triangles were placed together to create the squares in the corners and the centre. The squares were fitted together with 12 pieces of clear glass arranged differently in two layers creating a subtle geometric pattern to compliment the self-pattern in the centre and corner squares. The assembled pieces were fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0069

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Interpretation of Ice-Crystals Series.

This work was made from 28 separately cut pieces of clear glass designed to fit together as a geometric pattern, topped with a clear piece of glass to create a very subtle effect;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0068

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black and White Diamonds

A sheet of clear glass was cut into sixteen squares, the corners removed, and fitted together. One centimeter wide black and white squares were cut and fitted into the corners to create the diamond effect. Sixteen narrow pieces and four triangular pieces of clear glass  were fitted around the edge to complete the work. A clear piece of glass was placed over the top;  and the work was fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0055

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips approximately 1.5 centimeters wide, fitted with two layers of squares of clear glass for the corners and two layers of strips of clear glass for the sides. The middle consists of a square of clear glass for one layer and two pieces in the other. The assembled work was fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

200mm square approx.

Item Code: 0062

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from one square of clear glass, topped with corners of clear glass that created a circular outline against which there are 8 white triangles with curved bases and numerous crimson pieces arranged in the middle; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

280mm square approx.

Item Code: 0010

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from one square of clear glass, topped with corners of clear glass that created a circular outline against which there are 8 white triangles with curved bases and tiny dragonfly motifs, numerous blue pieces arranged in the middle, and crimson dots on the corners;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

280mm square approx.

Item Code: 0009

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from one square of clear glass, topped with corners of clear glass that created a circular outline,  against which there are 8 white triangles with curved bases, with multiple autumn coloured pieces arranged in the middle;   and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

280mm square approx.

Item Code: 0011

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from one square of clear glass, topped with corners of clear glass that created a circular outline against which there are 8 white triangles and 8 black oblong roundels, with a circle of white triangles and a black oblong roundel in the middle; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

270mm square approx.

Item Code: 0026

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

The chequerboard pattern was made from 81 separately cut two centimeter square pieces of translucent red, and green  glass, and opaque orange glass, fitted together with four strips of variegated autumn glass around the edges with four burgundy corner pieces, topped with a clear sheet of glass;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0080

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white rectangles approximately 1 cm wide, two layers of glass placed on one side; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The result was again cut through the middle to make a narrower strip of black and white with a clear edge. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass, each of 13 pieces, around the black and white strips; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0093

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson Diamonds in the Corners Series

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into approx. 1 cm strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into 1 cm strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again to 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The chequerboard pattern was cut on the diagonal into squares to capture the crimson and clear diamond effect, and those squares cut into triangles to create the corner pieces. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass in-between; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0074

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson Diamonds in the Corners Series

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into approx. 1 cm strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into 1 cm strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again to 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The chequerboard pattern was cut on the diagonal into squares to capture the crimson and clear diamond effect, and those squares cut into triangles to create the corner pieces. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass in-between; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours draped over a mold to shape it. 

260mm square approx.

Item Code: 0075

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson Diamonds in the Corners Series

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into approx. 1 cm strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into 1 cm strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again to 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The chequerboard pattern was cut on the diagonal into squares to capture the crimson and clear diamond effect, and those squares cut into triangles to create the corner pieces, with one smaller square placed in the middle on the diagonal. The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass, each of 8 pieces, in-between; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours draped over a mold to shape it. 

240mm square approx.

Item Code: 0073

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from a circle of white and a circle of clear glass in two layers, topped with black inward pointing triangles arranged around the edge, and four smaller triangles arranged as a clover leaf in the middle; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm diameter approx.

Item Code: 0082

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from a circle of white and a circle of clear glass in two layers, topped with black outward pointing triangles arranged around the edge, and smaller inward pointing triangles outlining a circle in the middle; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

260mm diameter approx.

Item Code: 0081

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from two layers of clear glass circles, one smaller than the other fitted with a rim from annular sections of white glass, with blue and white striped inclusions in the middle; and fired for 24 hours to fuse the glass together. 

The patterned glass was fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

260mm diameter approx.

Item Code: 0015

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Numerous pieces of clear glass were fitted together in one layer; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

A variety of straight-line gaps were left between some of the pieces by the firing process. The pattern was completed by placing the fired glass onto a clear piece and positioning coloured pieces in the gaps; and again fired for  24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0050

Sold during Noosa Open Studios 2023

Numerous pieces of clear glass were fitted together in one layer; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln  to fuse the glass together.

A variety of straight-line gaps were left between some of the pieces by the firing process. The pattern was completed by placing the fired glass onto a clear piece and positioning coloured pieces in the gaps; and again fired for  24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0051

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from two squares of clear glass on top of each other, and 10 strips of crimson glass crisscrossed on top of those; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

240mm square approx.

Item Code: 0024

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Narrow Crimson and Clear Edge Series

Crimson and clear sheets of glass were cut into approximately one centimeter strips, a clear piece of glass placed over the top;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into approximately one centimeter wide strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, fitted together with two layers of clear glass in-between; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. This work has crimson glass in the corners.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0064

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Narrow Crimson and Clear Edge Series

Crimson and clear sheets of glass were cut into approximately one centimeter strips, a clear piece of glass placed over the top;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into approximately one centimeter wide strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, fitted together with two layers of clear glass in-between; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. This work has clear glass in the corners.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0065

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Narrow Crimson and Clear Edge Series

Crimson and clear sheets of glass were cut into approximately two centimeter strips, a clear piece of glass placed over the top;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into approximately one centimeter wide strips of alternating crimson and clear rectangles, fitted together with two layers of clear glass in-between and on the corners; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0052

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Narrow Crimson and Clear Edge Series

Crimson and clear sheets of glass were cut into approximately two centimeter strips, a clear piece of glass placed over the top;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into approximately one centimeter and 2 centimeter wide strips, fitted together with two layers of clear glass in between, each of 6 pieces; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0053

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

For this work, black and white sheets of glass, and white and clear sheets of glass were cut into strips, topped with clear pieces of glass, and fired for 24 hours to create striped sheets of glass. The striped sheets were cut into strips of alternating rectangles, placed together, and fired for 24 hours to fuse. The result was cut into strips to make the edge pattern.

The work was assembled by fitting two layers of clear glass in the middle, and fired for a further 24 hours in a mold to shape it.

250mm square approx.

Item Code: 0003

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 

Fusion of Double Thickness Crimson/Clear on a Single Layer Series

Crimson and clear pieces of double thickness were made by cutting strips of each, topped with a clear piece of glass to make a striped piece of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into strips, reassembled and fired again for 24 hours to fuse.

The patterned glass was cut again into small sections, placed on top of one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse together. The small double thickness sections spread as they fused into the sheet below creating slightly larger and  less intense crimson effects. 

This final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

210mm square approx.

Item Code: 0006

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

 Fusion of Double Thickness Crimson/Clear on a Single Layer Series

Crimson and clear pieces of double thickness were made by cutting strips of each, topped with a clear piece of glass to make a striped piece of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into strips, reassembled and fired again for 24 hours to fuse.

The patterned glass was cut again into small sections, placed on top of one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse together. The small double thickness sections spread as they fused into the sheet below creating slightly larger and less intense crimson effects. 

This final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0007

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Fusion of Double Thickness Crimson/Clear on a Single Layer Series

Crimson and clear pieces of double thickness were made by cutting strips of each, topped with a clear piece of glass to make a striped piece of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into strips, reassembled and fired again for 24 hours to fuse.

The patterned glass was cut again into small sections, placed on top of one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse together. The small double thickness sections spread as they fused into the sheet below creating slightly larger and less intense crimson effects. 

This final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

210mm square approx.

Item Code: 0008

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Fusion of Double Thickness Crimson/Clear on a Single Layer Series

Crimson and clear pieces of double thickness were made by cutting strips of each, topped with a clear piece of glass to make a striped piece of glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The striped piece was cut into strips, reassembled and fired again for 24 hours to fuse.

The patterned glass was cut again into small sections, placed on top of one square of clear glass; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse together. The small double thickness sections spread as they fused into the sheet below creating slightly larger and less intense crimson effects. 

This final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0012

Price: $155 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black & white, and white and clear sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top of each;  and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make striped sheets of glass.

The striped sheets were cut into strips of alternating rectangles, arranged together in a rectangular chequerboard pattern, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together. This process was repeated to make patterns with smaller pieces of glass, before being cut again to make the diamond inclusions.

The work was assembled with 8 inclusions arranged around the edge, with two layers of glass fitted in between, 16 pieces in each layer; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0094

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Central concentric/out-centric opaque blue and white series

Pale Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into squares, the squares cut into triangles of similar stripes and fitted together to make the central ‘out-centric’ pattern; one layer of 12 pieces of clear glass cut to compliment the pattern and fitted around the square, with four aqua stringers fitted between, a second layer of  4 pieces of clear glass also fitted around the square, and four small pieces of blue glass in the corners; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0049

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Central concentric/out-centric opaque blue and white series

Pale Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into squares, the squares cut into triangles of similar stripes and fitted together to make the central concentric pattern with a small white centre, with two layers of clear glass fitted around the central square (four pieces in each layer), four narrow pieces of clear glass around the top edges, and corner pieces of blue glass cut to fit; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0089

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included) 

Central concentric/out-centric opaque blue and white series

Dark blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into squares, the squares cut into triangles of similar stripes and fitted together to make the central concentric pattern, with two layers of clear glass fitted around the central square (four pieces in each layer), pieces of blue glass added to the corners; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0090

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included) 

Central concentric/out-centric opaque blue and white series

Pale Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into squares, the squares cut into triangles of similar stripes and fitted together to make the central concentric pattern with a large white centre, with two layers of clear glass fitted around the central square (four pieces in each layer), four narrow pieces of clear glass around the top edges, and corner pieces of blue glass cut to fit; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0091

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included) 

Central concentric/out-centric opaque blue and white series

Pale Blue & white sheets of glass were cut into narrow strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into squares, the squares cut into triangles of similar stripes and fitted together to make the central concentric pattern with a small blue centre, with two layers of clear glass fitted around the central square (four pieces in each layer), four narrow pieces of clear glass around the top edges, and corner pieces of blue glass cut to fit; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0054

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included) 

Black & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The chequerboard pattern was cut into squares and triangles. The work was assembled with a square in the centre and triangles in the corners, with  18 pieces of clear glass in two layers fitted in-between; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0041

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern;  and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The chequerboard pattern was cut into squares and triangles. The work was assembled with a square in the centre and triangles in the corners, with  18 pieces of clear glass in two layers fitted in-between; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

220mm square approx.

Item Code: 0033

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

This work was made from multiple pieces of glass, both coloured and clear that were cut into shape and fitted together, with one piece of clear glass underneath; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

240mm square approx.

Item Code: 0025

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Black & white sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares. The work was assembled with the corners being the strips of black and white squares, fitted with two layers of clear glass strips completing the edges, and two squares of clear glass (on top of each other) in the middle; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0034

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

White & black sheets of glass were cut into  strips, a piece of glass placed over the top and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to make a striped piece of glass.

The striped piece was cut into strips of alternating black and white squares. The work was assembled with the corners being the strips of black and white squares, fitted with two layers of clear glass strips completing the edges, and two squares of clear glass (on top of each other) in the middle; and fired in the kiln for 24 hours to fuse the glass together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

230mm square approx.

Item Code: 0042

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into approx. 1 cm strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again to 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The chequerboard pattern was cut into squares containing four little crimson squares and five clear squares. The work was assembled with these squares in the corners, fitted with two layers of clear glass in between, each of 3 pieces; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0038

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into approx. 1 cm strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, arranged in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again to 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The chequerboard pattern was cut into squares containing five little crimson squares and four clear squares. The work was assembled with these squares in the corners, fitted with two layers of clear glass in between, each of 3 pieces; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0046

Price: $165 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

Crimson & clear sheets of glass were cut into strips, a piece of clear glass placed over the top, and fired for 24 hours in the kiln creating a striped piece of glass.

The striped work was cut into strips of alternating crimson and clear squares, fitted together in a chequerboard pattern; and fired again to 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the glass together. 

The chequerboard pattern was cut approximately along the diagonals of the squares to make triangular and oblong shapes. Two layers each of 13 pieces of clear glass were fitted in-between, with crimson strips added to complete the pattern; fitted with two layers of 3 pieces of clear glass in each layer; and fired for 24 hours in the kiln to fuse the pieces together.

The final patterned glass was fired again for 24 hours on a mold to shape it. 

190mm square approx.

Item Code: 0045

Price: $195 (Packaging and Postage within Australia is included)

If you are interested in any of my work, please contact me.

E: niknotglass1@ozemail.com.au 

T: 0413 473 525