Capturing Sunflowers in Glass

Volume 30 - Issue 1

A 10"-diameter fused and slumped sunflower dish created with glass petals cut from multiple shades of yellow and amber and layered in the mold. The center is filled with brown, amber, and black frit to represent the flower’s seeds. Tack-fuse and slumping schedules are included. This article was originally published on page 60 in the Spring 2014 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly. Design, Fabrication, Text, and Photography by Erica Biery Collins Edited by Jennifer Walkovich


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