Many people think that glass is cold and unforgiving but, given proper care and respect, it can yield objects of smoothness, warmth and depth. Kiln forming opens the door to achieving these qualities and provides endless possibilities in texture, form and color. There are so many techniques with which to experiment that an addiction to glass can become a real thing.

Nancy Bobb
Glass atrisan



2015 Advanced Mold Making, Linda Ethier, Portland, Oregon

2015 Inner/Outer Space, Hollow-Core Casting, Erika Tada at Pilchuck Glass School

2013  Tranchant du Verre, Michael Dupille, at Rainbow Glass

2012  Pate de Verre, Alicia Lomne, at Bullseye Glass

2012  Harnessing Flow, Jeremy Scidmore, at Bullseye Glass

2010  Coldworking, Eric Whitmore, at Bullseye Glass

2009  Advanced Fusing, Patty Gray, at Rainbow Glass

2006  Dimenstional Kiln Forming, Phil Teefy, at Rainbow Glass

2004  Fusing on Edge, Kerry Transtrum, at Rainbow Glass

2003  Introduction to Fusing, Phil Teefy, at Rainbow Glass