Tag Archives: kiln formed glass

Like a Man on Fire

Much of my art is an act of making images of abstract concepts or ideas.  Within the Christian faith we use terms such as one being “lead by the spirit.”  Although not intentionally I believe that concept is where a … Continue reading

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Casting glass into fiber paper

In the last post, “Hold Steady” is a work that used cast glass in the bottom of the piece.  I took photos when I was doing the glass for that piece and thought I’d share the step by step process … Continue reading

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Glass Artist Stephanie Trenchard

Darted off to Arizona for a wedding and during the weekend I was able to dash over to the Mesa Art Center (http://www.mesaartscenter.com/art-exhibitions-contemporary-art-gallery.html).  I was able to see a nice Artic photo show, pastels of the developmentally disabled, and their … Continue reading

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Quality and Quantity Time with Dan Callis

Little did I know twenty two years ago when I saw a series of small painterly works by Dan Callis, then a graduate student at Claremont, that this painter of sheep and the disabled would become my teacher at Biola, … Continue reading

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