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Mark Kinsella

Discoveries is probably the most apt name for my first featured artist show. I really feel that it’s symbolic of my process and of glass itself. 396 more words


Richmond, Virginia, September 24

The opening of Gallery at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond took place September 24. It seemed like half of Richmond was there. Then again, 200 artists and craftspeople had work in the fundraiser for the church, from fine furniture to quilted wall hangings to stained glass. 79 more words


What can you do with scraps of clear glass? . . . Make Beautiful Fused Glass Icicles!

In my studio I seem to manufacture scraps of clear glass – lots more than any other color. Plus, a lot of my scrap is in odd shapes because I cut a lot of circles and arcs. 583 more words


Happy Halloween!

Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. A bit of goth and gore warms my normally cold, dark heart. In a twist, I am celebrating the season by creating some ‘classic’ images instead of pure geometrical and modern fused glass. 82 more words

Fused Glass

Really! Heat the kiln to 1500 degrees? . . . OMG! That's Really Hot!

Have you ever really considered how hot a kiln gets? I purchased my first kiln without ever thinking about it. In fact, I saw my first piece of slumped glass and bought a kiln. 599 more words


What's a name without a logo? . . . Just Words!

It seemed like the first order of business for the new ProjectsInGlass effort was to decide on a visual image that would represent the site. I do not consider myself a designer but, after reading an article on logo design, thought I would give it a try on my own. 314 more words


Fab Fused Glass & Press Formed Earrings - Day 18

Wonderful Week of Jewellery – Day 1
Yesterday was Fran & Sue’s first workshop day and we started with a morning of glass fusing – They took to it really well and produced some really nice pieces that we’ll be working on through the week. 353 more words