Fine Art by artist Ann Cavanaugh - Description: This fused glass piece was made by using the bas relief technique In this technique a simple mold is made, powder glass layered on for color, and then fused. Because the piece is made face down it has a mat finish and lots of texture. This piece is displayed by hanging on a wall.
This piece is available Online Only and is not on display at the gallery.
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Fine Art by artist Ann Cavanaugh - Description: I do love my Aspen and the county and blue sky they live in. A rolled up 10" x 8" fused glass tile that a glass blowing team rolled up into a vessel. The roll up vases were a collaborative learning experience between glass blower Andy Nichols, nicholsartglass.com, and myself. I was wanting to turn nature inspired fused glass tiles into vessels. We worked together on a number of tiles which included many different fusing techniques and a variety of glass types.
Deep Forest Falls
Fine Art by artist Ann Cavanaugh - Description: This fused glass piece was created by pressing a landscape piece between two kiln shelve that were weighted. This "squished" very thin piece of glass was then embellished with glass frit. I love the jewel tones that shine through into the tree branches.
Fine Art by artist Ann Cavanaugh - Description: One of three orchard pieces which were not planned as a series. I like the softness of the scene in contrast to the organization and structure of the orchard. Glass lace was used to add texture.
Fine Art by artist Ann Cavanaugh - Description: "Maureen''s Flowers" were inspired by a friend's Facebook post of a flower arrangement made from plants in her garden. The background and angles make this piece a little "abstract-ish". Powder wafers, vitrograph stringers, glass lace, and glass color bar all add to the joy of this piece. Framing my fused glass in a found window frame is what I did when I first started fusing. This piece can hang inside or out in a flower garden.