Capturing Sunflowers in Glass JPEG

Design, Fabrication, Text, and Photography by Erica Biery Collins

Edited by Jennifer Walkovich

A 10"-diameter fused and slumped sunflower dish created with glass petals cut from multiple shades of yellow and amber and layered in the mold.


JPEGs are high resolution black and white patterns. They may be purchased and saved onto your computer. Many artists use JPEGS to bring into popular design software programs to colorize or resize for thier custom window.


This article was originally published on page 60 in the Spring 2014 issue of Glass Patterns Quarterly.
Back issue magazineDigital Issue and CD available. To order issue with pattern included.



To view (and save) the black and white pattern only as a JPEG, download for $1.95 below...

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