Category Archives: Kilnformed (fused) Glass

169 ~ 365: Peak Iris Bloom!


168 ~ 365: Waiting for the Designers…

…at the National Kitchen and Bath Association meeting.

My display is up & ready!

154 ~ 365: Robin’s Egg Blue

139 ~ 365: Handmade Glass Buttons, Beads, Cabs, and Donuts

135 ~ 365: Columbia Gorge Art Festival

105 ~ 365: Waiting for the Wind to Stop…

Photographing objects around my house while waiting for the wind to stop so I can play in the garden.  This is a box-cast tree I did a few years ago when Bullseye Glass introduced the technique.  It’s 9.5″ x 14″ & weighs about 30 pounds.

85 ~ 365: Henkle Middle School Project Installed!

Project and installation details here:

78 ~ 365: Preparing Student Handouts

No pretty landscape photos today, in spite of the glorious sun!  More preparations for my classes at the Las Vegas Glass Craft & Bead Show next month.

75 ~ 365: Packing & Shipping…

…for the Glass Craft & Bead Expo in Las Vegas.  Bullseye Glass has donated all the glass for my classes & I just finished cutting it up in time to ship.  Still have a couple spots open inWednesday’s ‘Powderology’, Friday’s Exploring Glass Powders, and Saturday’s Build a Better Pocket. Come have some fun with glass April 7 – 11!!

71 ~ 365: Windy Flats Walkway & Viewpoint at Maryhill Museum

This morning we drove out to see the installation of Tom Herrera’s fence using my glass insert at Maryhill Museum.  It looks fabulous and I’m so excited I’m posting photos on all my blogs.  You can learn more about it on my Steider Studios blog.