Dichroic Fused Glass Jigsaw on Stainless Steel Wall Art by Snow Flake Glassartsyhome.com: Product
$450.00In stock
Product description:Inspired by jigsaw puzzles, my Dichroic Jigsaw wall art piece is the perfect one-of-a-kind conversation piece. Mounted on a sturdy brushed stainless steel plate with welded on wall hanger on the back, this fused glass statement piece will brighten up any room. This panel incorporates every color you can imagine, and may seem to change colors as you view from different angles. A true conversation piece, you can look at this design for hours, constantly finding new patterns in the glass and in the jigsaw itself. Starting with the outside border, I pick from my dichroic glass pieces and fit them as one would a jigsaw puzzle. Once the puzzle is complete, I kiln fire it to black base glass, using a tack fuse to retain the depth and texture of the the dichroic glass. The completed panel is then siliconed on to the brushed stainless steel wall plate, providing the perfect modern frame for the piece. NOTICE: This item is one of a kind and may have been sold since listing here. If you order, I will create a new piece using similar colors. Of course, there is no way to copy this piece, so the piece you receive will be an original one of a kind, using similar colors and glasses I have available.
 
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Dichroic Fused Glass Jigsaw on Stainless Steel Wall Art by Snow Flake Glass

$350.00 USD

Artwork Description: Inspired by jigsaw puzzles, my Dichroic Jigsaw wall art piece is the perfect one-of-a-kind conversation piece. Mounted on a sturdy brushed stainless steel plate with welded on wall hanger on the back, this fused glass statement piece will brighten up any room.

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An affirmed non-artist, I “found” glass at the age of 50. After working for decades as an office manager and then energy analyst, it was a complete surprise when the right side of my brain kicked in. I am unable to explain why, on a whim, I signed up for a lampworking class. Melting that glass over a torch to create a bead was pure magic. But I became frustrated when I didn’t seem to have the ability to make the bead look like I wanted. So I...