Skills and Techniques Enameling Glass Beads with Cynthia Toops and Dan Adams

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by Shawn Waggoner 

Photography by Doug Yaple and Robert Liu

Cynthia Toops and Dan Adams marry glass and polymer clay beads in wearable art that is both unusual and elegant. They demonstrate their techniques for creating small square and rectangular enameled plaques. The jewelry pieces are created by layering enamel powders on glass, scratching through them to create the design, then firing in the kiln.

This article was originally published on page 58 of the March/April 2013 issue of Glass Art.





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