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Glass casting is a process where you place glass in a mold to create a specific glass sculpture or design. The mold must be placed in a kiln to fuse the glass together and form your desired item. Casting glass is difficult and requires...
David Crane saved to glass casting
Shape of Gravity is an exhibition consisting of cast glass furniture, Melt, designed by nendo in collaboration with WonderGlass during Fuori Salone 2019.
Kaniawiktoria saved to wnętrza
Grooves Textured Glass, part of Nathan Allan’s exclusive Freeform Series, is exciting, new, and the first “texture less” kiln formed glass in our
Wiliam Ramirez saved to Vidrio fundido
Glass Inspired by Nature, Joel Berman Introduces Plank at NeoCon 2014 in Chicago. Plank is a kiln cast glass texture now available.
Kate Herron saved to Partitions
Liar Paradox, Engraved glass, cast glass, steel 14" x 12" x 3"
Kim Peters Brill saved to Glass: Kilnformed
Her glass castings are just stunning. You all know that I love cast glass, both to look at and to create. Every time I see Lisa Becker’s work I ask, “How the heck does she do that?̶…
Kathleen Wilson-Ellis saved to Books Worth Reading
Low relief casting using a fibre blanket mould. Waiting for the sun to come out again so I can take some more pics! Blogged here.
Nartique Glass saved to Glass Art: Cast Glass
Creating sculptures in glass is not an intellectual exercise for me. I simply do what I like, finding cast glass to be the perfect medium.
Cherri Ledbetter saved to Art
Arrigado is a architectural kiln cast glass with a texture that resembles folded paper. The textured glass can be tempered and laminated. Finish options are transparent, frosted, opaque and Sfumato in all stock colours and custom colours. Sandblast (100% frosted) is also possible.
Kate Komarowska saved to architecture
Intervals Kiln CastGlass evolves the CastGlass line with a series of precise, small-scale textures reminiscent of woven materials. Glass is inherently transparent. Available in two standard glass types: Clear and Low Iron. Surface treatments to vary opacity levels are also available. Manufactured to specification; cut to size and ready to install. Suitable for interior, exterior and water feature applications
Forms+Surfaces saved to Architectural Glass