Check back here once in a while for new work and ideas. I learn from trial and error, especially when it comes to fusing. I'll share the results from my experiments - the good, the bad and the ugly!
Here's an example of a technique called a slurry pour. Glass powder is mixed with water and drizzled on a sheet of clear glass, manipulated into a nice design and then baked at 1480 degrees. Voila! What I like: the 'outline' reaction where sulfur-bearing glass (marigold) touches the copper-bearing glass (blue, green). What's not so great: a few of those bubbles distract from the image.