Pearl River Glass Studio | I Like to Call it Glassy
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I Like to Call it Glassy

This sample was just made in our kiln formed glass studio by Amelia Key and Joy Abedikichi.  An expression I use, and think about, is that it looks “Glassy.”  This means a sense of transparency, bright shimmer, wet fluid quality, an optical quality like a lens that changes as you move to look at it, a material that gathers light and at the same time reflects dark shadow.  Glass is an incredibly beautiful material.  The challenge aesthetically is to not let the glassyness overpower the aesthetic message.  When the two work in unison, aesthetic and the glassy quality then you getting somewhere worth going to. ~ Andy Young