Alison ter Haar
Fused glass decorative items, dishes and jewellery
Glass making is ancient and there are many ways of working with glass. Fusing, which is my favourite - using different layers and heating them in a kiln where the glass melts together. The most traditional form is stained-glass work, using lead came and transparent glass, which allows you to create a great wealth of designs and to use the colours of the glass to their best advantage, without having a kiln. Lead work is always best seen with the light flooding through. Copper foil work is another technique where your pieces of glass have the edges foiled and then soldered with lead. It gives a slightly more delicate look to the finished article.
You can contact Alison via
Venue 2 - Camerton Community Hall
Meadgate, Weekesley Lane, Camerton BA2 0NL
Parking: car park