About our Glass

     Simply put, as glass fusers, we are able to draw on glass with glass to create any given design. Through a series of cutting glass shapes and shading colors together with glass powders, creating an intricate personalized picture in glass can be achieved. The glass is then fired in a kiln to lock all the colors into one solid, seamless and very durable piece of usable art with the added advantage of passing over 99% of the light that strikes it. The final stage consists of either another firing to slump the glass piece into a desired shape or constructing a framework for the glass panels to form abstract motifs or realistic story like custom glass designs.

     Our glass panels can be sandwiched between panes of regular or tempered glass, framed in vinyl, wood or metal and installed as an interior or exterior windows. These windows offer options for privacy in the bathroom at the same time adding style. For homes with close neighbors or businesses with unwanted views, a decorative glass window is an ideal way to block the view, still allow light transfer and add excellent privacy.

Benefits of Glass

  • Utilizes natural light without risking privacy
  • Greatly reduces unwanted glares
  • Blocks unwanted views, still allowing light transfer
  • Innovative, modern, high-quality
  • Easy to clean/ maintain
  • Moisture/ mildew resistant
  • 100% lead free
  • Lasting color/ won't fade
  • Bring new beauty and color to existing spaces
  • Durable
  • Customized to your style and specifications


 STEP #1: Design & color mountains    STEP #2: More color!!!

STEP #3: Finish background/                 STEP #4: Fuse piece in kiln  

                & create border                                to lock colors in place


STEP #5: Design & cut out                 STEP #6: Add more color!!!

              fishing vessel


STEP #7: Fuse piece in kiln               STEP #8,9,10 Repeat steps 6,7, &8

        to lock colors in place                     for the other side of glass panel

                                STEP #11: Install into finished product (door,

                                         window, porthole) or display on wall