|Pieces in the kiln, glazed but not fired.|
My intention was and is to do a line of ceramic pieces that have spaces or voids I can fill with stained glass.
|The new "glass corner" in the studio. Picked up the glass holder under|
the table at a thrift store for only $10... it was meant to be mine!
|After being fired, waiting for glass to be added|
Anywaze, back to my travels in stained glass and clay.
|The piece I took to Cathy's for a refresher. Note the larger soldering|
lines where the glass meets the clay.
|The piece I made on my own when I got home. Much happier.|
I brought the piece home and played a bit more with it. I decided to make another small piece of stained glass to add (the pink triangle on the left in the photo above) and to add some aqua beads to pick up the aqua on the right side. I haven't attached the aqua beads yet, still playing with the layout. I also made a small clear glass triangle to use in the cord or chain that will go through the hole at the top so it will dangle.
The piece to the right is one I made on my own in the studio. I'm much happier with it! I am now ready to tackle all the rest of those pieces laying on the table! In a few days I'll be making a trek to the not-so-local glass store (45 minute drive, one way) to pick up some more glass. I'm hooked.