The glass fusing process consists of placing 2mm-6mm thick glass on top of each other creating a myriad of designs and color combinations. The project is then placed in a glass kiln and heated slowly to a range of 1435°F- 1465°F where it will fuse together forming a single unit. Once the piece has annealed to room temperature it will go back in the kiln for the slumping process. This time the max temperature will only reach around 1245°F for the piece to slump over a form and yet not restart the fusing process.
My jewelry is largely made from my one of a kind beads created in my studio.