Wichert, Geoff
December 1993
Stained Glass: Quarterly of the Stained Glass Association of Ame;Winter93, Vol. 88 Issue 4, p292
The article offers techniques on basic kiln-forming glass and its uses. It is said that kiln-forming glass is able to produce installation such stained glass windows. In kiln-forming, it is advised that the glass should be heated enough and that the surface of the shelf must be considered. One of the artists who uses kiln-forming is Linda Ethier. She is an artist who scrupulously explores the potential combination of kiln-forming and architectural glass. She also founded the first stained glass studio in Vermont and was recognized enough to exploit an era of market expansion and aesthetic innovation in the mid-1970's.


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