Skills and Techniques Expanding Your Color Palette for Kiln Formed Glass

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by Bob Leatherbarrow

Bob Leatherbarrow discusses ways to experiment to find a unique color palette for kiln formed glass projects including testing for chemical reactions. The methods described are particularly useful for artists who use powders for painting with light, textural work, powder printing, and the ever-increasing number of other techniques involving glass powders.

This article was originally published on page 50 of the September/October 2017 issue of Glass Art.



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