Category Archives: Glass Art

Glass Fusing: How to Use Fuse Art Decals in the Microwave Kiln

This is how to add decals to glass art – right in the microwave using a microwave kiln. How easy is that?

A microwave kiln can be used to add decals to glass.

Learn how to apply a permanent fusible decal to your fused glass art. Fuse Art Decals will work in any fused glass project, but are especially good on glass.

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Artist-in-Residence: Joanna Manousis

Joanna Manousis holds an MFA in Sculpture from Alfred University, NY, and a BFA in Glass from The University of Wolverhampton, England. She has worked, studied, and taught in Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and has received a number of scholarships and awards for her blown and kiln-cast sculpture. These include a Bombay Sapphire nomination, the Frabel award for “Best Artist,” and a finalist entry in “E-Merge,” 2010. Currently, Manousis resides in the United States, and is teaching as an adjunct for a year at Alfred University. Manousis’ work captures and animates transitional moments, revealing a world in which objects, being, and places are interconnected and in flux. She uses glass to induce reflection—both physically and metaphorically. In her October 2012 Residency at The Studio, Manousis is interested in working on a new body of work that alludes to both nature and to man-made artifice, creating a series of blown molded forms in clear glass that have thin layers of pâte de verre strategically inlaid into the blown surfaces.

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“Musings” with sculptor Adrian Gregori Green – 3D Glass Art

Visionary sculptor, Adrian Gregori Green shares thoughts with fellow artisan/shaman, Rev. Wendi Morrison-Merritt, on the Universal Consciousness, Mayan 2012 energy vortex and the evolution of humanities cognition as reflected in his 3D Glass Art Installation. See more at

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Chihuly Glass Exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia

This great glass exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is by the world’s premier glass artist, Dale Chihuly. I was first introduced to Chihuly’s work when I visited the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas many years ago and saw his fantastic ceiling sculpture “Fiori Di Como” in the lobby. I’ve been a fan ever since. The exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond continues until February 10, 2013.

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Glass Tiger Shark by Isaiah W. Heyer

Isaiah W. Heyer is a Pacific Northwest Glass Artist using the kiln-formed / fusing method. Isaiah resides in Snoqualmie, WA and creates his fused glass fish on Vashon Island, WA. He has been creating glass art since 2005. This short 1-min+ video shows his wall-mountable 30-inch glass Tiger Shark. There are brief parts from visits to the Big Island (Hawai’i) as well.

Faux Stained Glass Art with Glass Paint

Instructional videos by artist Michael Accorsi through his ArtReach projects. All art created for Youtube videos will be auctioned for a different cause. 100% of all proceeds go to Santa Clara Valley Blind Center. Visit my blog for more information:

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