Kilnformed wall art It starts with a concept, then designing and laying out the cut glass, damming the glass to contain it, programming the kiln to slowly rise to over 1700 degree Fahrenheit then putting on protective gear and opening the kiln. I take a look at how the glass has formed now that its molten, then I rake the glass to create a design with more movement of the glass, then the glass is annealed and cooled, coldworked and finished into a design. For this piece - I added another element by cutting it apart - Eruptions.
Dimensions: 16" wide x 20" tall x 2" deep
It is mounted on brushed stainless steel, wired for hanging with welded brackets to keep the artwork flat and straight on the wall with no tilting.