by Colleen Bryan
As image maker and innovator, Michael Dupille uses a process that he has dubbed Fritography™ to put down alternating layers of colored frit, then subjects each piece to successive firings to embellish the image. He approaches his own creative work and the business of art using the tenets of experimentation, observation, and adaptation. The result is glass art that closely resembles his early art studies in watercolor painting.
This article was originally published on page 10 of the May/June 2011 issue of Glass Art.