Teresa C. Barnes
The color and sparkle of glass has always attracted me. To experiment with forms and formulas, to be able to create a work of art using glass, heat, and my imagination is what being an artist is all about.
Glass fusing and slumping is the art of creating works both functional and artistic using colored glass. More versatile than leaded or stained glass because of the ability to shape and mold the glass, use colored glass powder to create shadow, and generally being able to paint with glass is very exciting. The results, whether fanciful character studies or a set of one of a kind sushi dishes all share the same dedication and attention to detail that has always been the hallmark of my work. Of course, the colors and sparkle are always there.
An artist will spend a lifetime learning their craft, but at some point the need to give back becomes important. Adults can learn glass fusing and slumping in my classes at The Art Station in Kennesaw, The Art Place, or at the Mable House in Mableton, GA.
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