20" x 11" x 0.33"
"I began working with glass in the 1970's. Technology was "seat of the pants" and firing was judged by timing, kiln color, and pyrometric cones. Computerized kilns allow for far more control in temperature, heat rise and cooling time. Results are far now more controlled, predictable and repeatable. Controlled flow would have been very haphazard at that time.
Graffiti No. 3 is a collage of glass which was full fuse fired to a base sheet while at an inclined angle. Angle and fuse time were calculated to produce a controlled flow during fusing. The piece was then cold worked on all four edges."
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This piece is part of the exhibition Nuance: Craftsmanship, Imagination, Innovation, on view in the Sally D Francisco Gallery through May 19th. Purchased pieces can be picked up or shipped after this date.