Sabine Snykers
Art Glass Studio
Fused Glass
 

Fused glass is a process that involves the use of a kiln and dates back to the Ancient Egyptians. The technique could be compared to mosaic inlay work. Sometimes more than 50 pieces of glass, cut, ground and polished go into a single piece of artwork. Each piece may go through as many as five separate firings in a kiln. The first firing at high temperature fully fuses all of the design elements together. The second and subsequent firings are used to add more glass layers or fire polish the edges.

 

 

 

Glass Bowl
Dimensions : 10" round x 2"
Title : Iridescent Squares and Triangles
Year : 2008
Fused Iridescent Glass

 

 

Glass Platter
Dimensions : 15" round x 1.5"
Title : No Title
Year : 2000
Fused and engraved blue glass

 

 

Glass Bowl
Dimensions : 9" round x 2"
Title : Star Gazing
Year : 2016
Fused and engraved iridescent and dichroic glass, 23k gold accents

 

 

Glass Platter
Dimensions : 12 " x 12" x 2"
Title : Tucson
Year : 2005
Fused and engraved iridescent glass, 23k gold accents

 

 

Glass Platter
Dimensions : 21" round x 2"
Title : Iridescent Cubes
Year : 1996
Fused, iridescent glass

 

 

Glass Sculpture
Dimensions : 20" x 23" x 5"
Title : Windows
Year : 2008
Fused and engraved glass, 23k gold accents

 

 

Glass Sculpture
Dimensions : 9" x 7" x 2"
Title : Modulations
Year : 2016
Fused glass

 

 

Glass Sculpture
Dimensions : 10" x 8" x 2.5"
Title : Ripple
Year : 2015
Fused and engraved glass, 23k gold accents

 

 

Glass Sculpture
Dimensions : 9" x 13" x 6"
Title : Destinations
Year : 2010
Fused glass, engraved, gold wax paint accents



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