Fine Art - Pixel Nature

In strip-cut construction of a fused glass piece, strips of glass are cut from sheets of glass, and assembled on edge, rather than laid flat. This technique not only lends itself to designs with geometric and linear components, but also produces an almost bubble-free final piece.

Each strip of glass is laid one-by-one, fired, cold-worked then slumped into its final shape. One piece can take at least a week to complete. 

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