It looks like "onefoil" to me, but that's a pretty weird name. [more inside]
Some time ago an acquaintance gave me a large vase that she said was made by a famous art glass maker in Louisville, Kentucky. I can't remember the name of the maker, but got the sense from her that it was a company that would be well-known among aficionados of art glass, as much as, say, Viking is. However, Google searches haven't produced anything definitive. Does anyone know what this company might be?
Arts&CraftsFilter: How do I make a solid look like a liquid? [more inside]
Drilling holes in glass. Little ones. How do you do that? [more inside]
Looking for "perfect" glass for artistic purposes. [more inside]
We need a name for a series of art pieces. [more inside]
Craft Filter: (this question is from my sister-in-law) "Any suggestions for mounting Art Glass (Fused) Tiles? Sizes are 8 in by 11 in and 3 in by 3 in. No wires were fused in the tiles for hanging purposes. Should I bond to plexiglass as base? If so, how? What adhesive should I use? Any other suggestions?"