Spring in the Ciry

Volume 27 - Issue 1

A 29" x 8" fused contemporary cityscape made with enamel paints and recycled float glass. Unique MUD is used to add texture and detail to the design, and long rectangular and square pieces of tempered glass are applied along the outlines of the buildings. The branches are created using copper wire, and Unique glass colors are added to both sides of the base glass. The project is fired in the kiln to finish. Small parts of the design can be pulled out to create separate pieces. This article was originally published on page 18 in the Spring 2011 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly. Design by Saulius Jankauskas, M.D.


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