Retta Hentschel

Retta Hentschel

About:  Retta Hentschel

Salvaged Depression glass dishes with bevels, rondels, and agate slices copper foiled with contemporary stained glass and decoratively soldered together making the finest glass panels and lamps.

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https://www.facebook.com/rettaglass/

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Faith Wickey

Faith Wickey

About:  Faith Wickey

My glass work is created using a torch and a kiln. I combine flameworked and fused items together in shadowbox frames to create the final piece.

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NA

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www.faithwickey.com

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Barbara Toner

Barbara Toner

About:  Barbara Toner

Barbara Toner was born in Philadelphia, PA, but has lived in Bettendorf, IA, for more than 30 years. She has also lived in Texas, Michigan and Germany.

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NA

Website:  

www.eirenebybarbaratoner.com

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Leonard Tinnell

Leonard Tinnell

About:  Leonard Tinnell

Using only glass colors we combine hand-cut glass with crushed glass frit, utilizing multiple firings and layering techniques we fuse the pieces together into plates, wall pieces, sculpture, and jewelry.

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NA

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leonardtinnell@gmail.com

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Jack Pine

Jack Pine

About:  Jack Pine

All pieces are hand blown at 2000 degrees. I use layers of colored enamels and precious metals.

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NA

Website:  

www.JackPineStudio.com

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Amy Mueggenberg

Amy Mueggenberg

About:  Amy Mueggenberg

I get my glass in 12×12 sheets, score it & break it down. My favorite fusing technique is tack fusing – for me its predicting how the glass will fall and drape once in the kiln.

Booth Number:

66

Website:  

www.amartistic.com/

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