Tag Archives: self-expression

Clusters: All Together, Now

In yesterday’s post, the definition of bevels included the mention of “geometric configurations (called ‘clusters’) for incorporation into leaded glass work.” Ah, clusters… The fun thing about clusters is that you have ready-made pieces that you simply fit together (with … Continue reading

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Sorting Glass — A Poem

I’ve turned my energies to poetry for a while, as I take a two-week challenge from The Daily Post. I didn’t write this poem for the challenge, but was reminded of it, so I thought I’d share it here: Sorting … Continue reading

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Depth Finder

  In my little corner of the world, it seems that interest in glass work is swinging greatly towards the direction of “warm glass,” or kiln-formed glass. Which is very understandable. There is so much potential for creativity in the … Continue reading

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Express Yourself (Weekly Photo Challenge)

I’ve been pondering the question of “What is Art?” and consequently, what makes an artist? and what is the purpose of art? and who decides all of these things? and what is the meaning of life? Oh, wait. Nix that … Continue reading

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