Skills and Techniques The Freeze and Fuse Approach to Small-Scale Kilnformed Sculpture A Look at the Basics

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by Bob Leatherbarrow

Freeze and Fuse is a simple technique originally developed by Paul Kimball for making small glass sculptures. A slurry of glass powder and water is packed into flexible molds, then frozen and fired. The silicone molds such as those used for candy making are readily accessible and work well for the process.

This article was originally published on page 38 of the March/April 2020 issue of Glass Art.



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