Colored glass, previously fired glass, frit and sometimes dichroic glass are fired flat then a second firing transforms the raw materials into and art glass bowl.
Outer part of bowl is cobalt blue with yellow highlights. Inside is light green with white highlights.
This extremely detailed bowl with random stripes of color has a look similar to a school of tiny fish. The detailed center was made from pieces of fired glass color strips. The outer edge and backside have a gold yellow color. This bowl required three firings.
Black bowl with bumpy texture surrounded by color changing dichroic glass highlights. Dichroic glass separates color from light. Some color is passed through and the remaining color is reflected. The colors change or shift as the viewing angle changes.
Bowl with multiple colors using dichroic glass, glass strips, streamers, and small blobs.
Crushed colored glass also known as frit mixed with clear in a swirl pattern.
Brown, brick red, yellow and white crushed glass was used to make this kiln fired bowl.
Sky blue and bright green art glass platter with colored glass globs. Makes a great jewelry platter.
Cranberry pink, lavender and white glass bowl with frit and glass pieces. The cranberry pink color comes from a gold oxide.
A bar of glass around one inch thick was made with white and transparent colored glass then slices were cut to use in creating this bowl call the Color Bar Glass Bowl.
Bowl with lots of color including gold pink. Has strips of clear for texture.
Colorful turquoise blue and green sea inspiring bowl with a piece of glass bar fired into it.
Art glass bowl made with clear, white and black glass including frit and streamers.