I love working with glass. It has a translucent beauty that gives it depth when building multiple layers. It's somewhat unpredictable as chemical reactions occur with the heating process, this makes the whole process exciting and so rewarding when everything goes well. The following artwork have been created by layering multiple pieces of glass, crushed glass called "frit" and glass stringers that have been pulled from molten glass. Once assembled, it is fired in a kiln to become one solid piece of glass. Some pieces have been fired multiple times to reach the colour and depth desired. Before the final firing, I may add black enamel to some of the pieces to pull out more detail. This is scratched off to give it an illustrative woodcut style. The following pieces are from private collections and are not for sale.