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Sandi Scoville's Basic Glass Fusing Tape.

When glass is heated inside a kiln, it turns red and softens, the edges round and separate layers become one. This is called glass fusing, an art form dating back to ancient Egypt; an art form that is readily applicable to contemporary art programs.

In this tape, the demonstrating artist/teacher shows everything the viewer needs to start fusing glass through seven step-by-step jewelry projects. Glass assembly is shown up close as demonstrations are given. This how-to presentation is well worth a look, even though the aesthetic quality of the work emerging from the demonstrations leaves something to be desired.
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Author:Baker, David
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Video Recording Review
Date:Mar 1, 1993
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