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Mid-Century Modern Art

These abstract mid-century designs are painted with enamels on flat art glass then fired in a kiln. Additional layers of colored and clear glass add depth and dimension to the surface. A fluid writing instrument is used to add detail to the surface. Each fused glass piece is fired in the kiln 2-3 times before completed and fixed to the front of a 2" thick cradled panel.  I also make a complimentary designed small fused glass piece which is attached to the side of the larger whitewashed panels. These are my signature pieces and I call them my "tattoos." I paint "tattoos" on the smaller blocks.