I love light in glass, the colours projected by coloured glass and was keen to know more.
After the Dichronic Glass workshop with Alison of Handmade in Netheredge, at The Art House in Sheffield in May, I booked the full day workshop.
We used a range of glass products to design and decorate including.
So here are my pieces pre-firing. Fingers crossed they survive the 1800 degrees in the kiln!
Ta Da, here’s what they are like after firing. I’m so relieved they survived the kiln and live how it evolved them. I love the light and colours in the glass.
I’m delighted with the outcomes. Thanks to Alison at Handmade in Netheredge for a lovely day workshop.
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