Fusing is a type of kiln-formed art whereby sheets of glass are creatively cut, arranged and then fired in a kiln. The glass is brought to very high temperatures, allowing it to ‘fuse’ into one piece. Each piece is individually crafted, so no two pieces will be identical. They include tiny bubbles or other happy accidents which add to their beauty.
When Stacey was introduced to the art of fused glass she became hooked. “There is always something new to learn and discover, a different way to look at the medium. I love the play of light and colour in the glass and find calm in the creation of these pieces”.