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Contemporary Fused Glass BookContemporary Fused Glass Book - Back Cover

Contemporary Fused Glass Book

Price £24.99

5 out of 5 stars (4 Customer Reviews)
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Contemporary Fused Glass, by Brad Walker.

This book provides an extensively revised and expanded thorough introduction to fusing, slumping, and kiln-forming glass techniques; including glass types and forms, supplies and equipment, firing logs, glass painting, health and safety and more.

Take a look at the 'See Inside' pdf to view the Contents, Index and sample pages from this fantastic book!

  • Numerous inspirational photos of contemporary work!

  • Paperback

  • 205 pages

  • Full page colour photographs

  • Illustrations of techniques, tools, kiln-forming processes and inspirational contemporary glass artwork from artists throughout the world completed work

  • 30% larger than Contemporary Warm Glass

  • Better tutorials, surface techniques, pattern bars, high temperature firing and more

We consider this book to be the best book ever published on fusing and will save you money as we provide the CHEAPEST price available on the web. Contemporary Fused Glass promises to be a welcome addition to your glass library.

 

Product Reviews
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars Sunday 19 June, 2016 By Carol Fishwick - See all my reviews
Excellent invaluable book with a wealth of information. Straightforward, step by step manner, supplemented by helpful photographic illustrations. Great for beginners and experienced alike.
5 out of 5 stars Monday 21 October, 2013 By Neil Young - See all my reviews
Great book for the beginner. Actually there seems to be enough detail to keep even those with some experience in glass fusing happy, but written in a way to not put off the novice. Lots of pictures for inspiration and gives a nice discussion of technical aspects such as kiln firing schedules and tools etc... Well worth investing in.
5 out of 5 stars Tuesday 06 December, 2011 By Jeannie Clark
I find that I am increasingly dipping into this book - and it is the one I most rely on now. Can strongly recommend it. My only comment is that some of the recommended products are in 'American', and it would be great to know what these are in 'English' - eg Ceramaguard, Borax. However, this is definitely the book I would least want to have to do without
5 out of 5 stars Wednesday 05 October, 2011 By Sally Green
I use this book so much its got everything I need to know in it, whenever I'm not sure about something I know I will be able to find the answer here.

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