Welcome to LSfusedglass
hand crafted glass
Browse through some pictures of my home made, hand crafted fused glass jewellery and 'other things'
Although just a hobby, I love to make seasonal glass items and I am always trying out new things and thinking about birthday and christmas gift ideas.
I make jewellery, wall art, lightcatchers, plates and bowls for friends and family and a few markets.
My name is Lorna Stewart and I am a scientist by training and studied for my degree and PhD at Aberdeen University. I left any artistic ability at secondary school and did not revisit it until 4 or 5 years ago. Saying that, fused glass is very forgiving.....
My interest in fused, or kiln formed glass, started with a few 'taster' sessions in studios in Hertford. I was hooked when the first thing I made actually turned out well (the image of my cats and kittens in the title picture).
When I discovered that you could start at home, by using a microwave kiln.......then that was it!
I wanted to do bigger fused glass projects, so I now have my own kiln at home. I have a lot of glass ( I work with Bullseye glass) and additional items and all the tools to play. It is a fantastic hobby, and I created this site to show some of the work that I do featuring handmade fused glass and also to encourage other people to have a go. If you have any questions about where to start, get in contact and have a chat.
FUSED GLASS BANGLES/BRACELET
these have all found new homes!
HAND PAINTED COO AGAINST THE COPPER OXIDE LOCH.
A sand, sea and sky free standing image made from rolled ends. Love them.
It would be lovely to see you at these markets.
Some of these still TBC.
Sat 4th November 10am-12am Orwell pannier market
Fri 10th November afternoon. Brickendon Golf Club for Isabel Hospice (tbc)
Sat 25th November 11am-3pm Brent Pelham Hall and church
Sun 26th November Chrishall Fair, afternoon
Fri 1st December Ware Dickensian Evening. Drill Hall Ware. 6.30pm - 10pm
Sat 2nd December, Barley Christmas Market. Church and Townhouse 11am - 4pm.
Click 'drop me a line' below if you need info