Glass Fusion Picture Frames

Warm glass is the term used when working with glass at the 1100 to 1500 degree temperature range.  This the temperature range for fusing glass, a process of heating up glass and then bending or shaping it, or fusing several pieces together. For the past several years we have offered glass fusion jewelry classes, blending colored glass with dichroic glass to make beautiful sparkling pendants, earrings, rings and bracelets. This year we have expanded our glass fusion area so that our customers can make even move projects with glass including pictures frames, and sun catchers which are great projects for adults and kids!  Glass fusion projects will be offered as classes and walk in.  Like ceramics, all glass fusion is fired in the kiln, so after making your project it will be ready to pick up in 2 to 3 days. For class information just check the website, online registration will be available starting March 22nd for classes held the first two weeks of April.

glass fusion picture frames!

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About Carolyn Schena

Studio 12 is a working studio and gallery owned and operated by husband and wife artists Gary and Carolyn Schena. The Schenas' art work includes pottery, glass fusion and mixed media. Located in Avon, North Carolina on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, studio 12 welcomes all ages to paint pottery, make mosaics or try glass fusion. The Studio 12 gallery is filled with hand Crafted American art with a focus on North Carolina Artists.

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