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The bright clean colours of this kiln-fused bowl were created using traditional glass kiln fusing techniques. Imagining, cutting, and then heating art glass to a temperature of 1200F; allowing layers and pieces to relax together as molten glass; fusing to create new purpose.
The bright smooth texture on the top of the bowl is the heat-exposed side of the glass, and the lovely rough texture on the back is glass making contact with the high heat ceramic mold used to shape it.
Unique, Canadian, Art
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