Fusing is a process of kiln-formed-layering of clear and colored glasses. The glass is fired to a temperature that melts the elements to fuse into another one. Inclusions of glass powders, frits, stringers, enamels, and wire mesh are just a sampling of elements that can be added for a dimensional effect. Kiln-glass harnesses color’s transformative power allowing us to tailor the experience with light in a space. Fused kiln-glass is easily maintained and permanent, offering functional solutions with an aesthetic benefit.
Multi-year program features several major areas of study including studio work, field work, and Design Work.