I'm a fused glass artist and I love to create things.
This blog is about my art, my newest creations and anything that fancies me!

Please feel free to check out my website where I sell all my pieces:
http://www.artisticflair.etsy.com/

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Kiln Up and Running!

My hubby, bless him, fixed my kiln! I think he knows how crazed I can get when I don't have anything to do, so he got on it straight away and found out one of the wires in the cord shorted out and replaced it for me. My ring saw is still without a new blade, but I was able to get my ceramic pieces into the kiln and I was pretty happy with the outcome of them. Here are a couple pendants that I made and will be listing them soon in my etsy shop.






My 6-yr. old son even got in on the action and made this piece himself with my clay. I love the colors that he chose to glaze it - quite fabulous!

9 comments:

Amy Lilley Designs said...

WHEW!!! LOVE the new pieces, earthy, warm and Carson chiming in w/ his own touch...priceless...stay warm....blessings...

maryeb said...

Saw you in the etsy thread.
I love the slide show feature. What a great way to showcase your work.

Deb DiSalvo said...

Thanks guys!!!

Tomas Karkalas said...

Wow, Your artworks sat me back in awe. That's awesome. Thank you.

bwphoto said...

Glad you got your kiln fixed and are back up. I love your new work keep it up!!

bwphoto said...

Forgot to add I still absolutely love your other work, it's originality and creativity in a medium that often lacks this is a wonderful gift.

LisaLisa said...

What lovely pieces...your work is just overwhelming. Great blog!!!

Rose Works Jewelry said...

Beautiful work! LOve it! And your son's stuff is too cute :)

Carol said...

Deb....Thank you for stopping at my blog and leaving such a sweet comment. Things aren't good right now....but I have faith.

Your work is just beautiful. You are SO talented!

My son and DIL live in Colombus...both went to OSU...he's a PT, she's an optometrist. It's a great city!

I will be back to continue checking on your creations. Have a blessed weekend!