Carole-Anne Lunn-Glass Casting in Kiln for Sculpture

Carole-Anne Lunn- Glass Casting in Kiln for Sculpture

Although for the past several years Carole- Anne has  worked mainly with glass, she still loves l love working with clay. Producing her  figurative sculptures means she now has the pleasure of working with both clay and glass.

Clay model is formed.
  • 1ST STEP…..Clay model is formed.
is the silica/plaster mixture poured over the clay model to make a mould.
  • 2nd STEP…..The silica/plaster mixture poured over the clay model  to make a mould.
the chunks of glass ready to place in mould
  • 3rd STEP…….The chunks of glass ready to place in mould.
the mould filled with glass in kiln ready to be fired.
  • 4th STEP……The mould filled with glass in kiln ready to be fired.
WAVE
  • After around three days in the kiln:-Finished sculpture:-     “WAVE”

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