Northern Lights Glass Pack - 96 COE

$79.95 USD
Item# X8275
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Product Features

  • A shimmering collection of glass inspired by the sky
  • Includes premium System 96 glass
  • A great way to try an assortment of glass
  • Eight 8" x 8" pieces, 96 COE

Product Description

Inspired by the Northern Lights
Each pack contains 8 pieces, approximately 8" x 8" each, of easy-to-cut fusible glass inspired by the night sky. Rich colors and consistent texture make this glass easy to cut and even easier to admire in your art. Pack contains both transparent and opalescent glass. 96 COE.

All glass is clearly marked with item numbers for easy reordering. There are no extra boxing charges for glass packs. Photo is one example. Actual glass may vary from photo.

Platter with pattern bars by artist Mary Costello. Tree in the night sky by artist Debra Nuckolls. Vase by artists Jeanne and Richard Bascom. All from Delphi's Online Artist Gallery.

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Pros : Nice array of aurora themed colors, was very pleased when I opened my shipment. And it was all well packed, so it arrived without issue.
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Other Thoughts : As a newbie to glass fusing, sample packs like this are a great way for me to build variety into my inventory.
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Apr 03, 2012
Jo Kinnaly is a glass artist living in Northern Virginia. Happily retired from her government job, she spends much of her time playing with glass. She has been creating glass art for a little over eight years, and finds that the more she learns, the more there is to learn. Over the years, her work has evolved into animal portraits which she creates from photos, but she tries to find time for a wide variety of projects. Kinnaly says she usually doesnt spend more than a few weeks on a project, but this lamp took her several months. She made the grapes herself in her kiln. The shade is roughly 12 tall and 18 in diameter. You can see more of Kinnalys work on Etsy.
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We found Mollie Barrow on Facebook in the midst of a discussion on Pot Melts. Mollie cooks up her incredible glass creations in a quiet eco-village in rural Ireland with her 10-year old son Elliot and cats Bonnie and Oscar. She is continually inspired by the Northern Lights, and the rich swirls of color in her pieces prove it. We were blown away by her magical melts, and we know you will be too. How did you get started in glass? Ive been in love with glass art since I visited the Murano Glass Factory in Venice when I was 16. I was hypnotised by the skill and speed those guys had working with molten glass, and I would have loved to pursue glass seriously from then. As is often the case, however, life had other plans and it wasnt until I was in my late 20s that I
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