Joined 12 years ago from Chagrin Falls, OH
Greg is a lifelong craftsman, having worked for over 30 years with wood, stained glass and most recently fused glass art.
Primarily self taught, Greg draws inspiration from his mother Justine, who at the age of 90 is still working and actively showing her work in acrylics, oils and watercolor.
Also an inspiration is Greg's daughter Elizabeth who is an artist as well, having graduated from Kent State University she has taught art in the Baltimore City Schools and is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Art Therapy.
10 months ago
Many things occur when glass is placed into a kiln and heated at high temperatures. In this article, we'll look at what happens to glass at certain temperatures (up to 1800 degrees Fahrenheit) as well as different processes for creating fused glass art.
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