Dan Fenton has been described as a "walking-talking encyclopedia" for art glass techniques. A pioneer in the field, he established his own stained glass studio in 1969. Dan combines slumping, fusing, cutting and reassembling, and painting to come up with unique designs and color compositions in a non-traditional style.
Dan has taught classes and workshops worldwide, and has written many articles and books. Now, he has gone through his many years worth of his notes, and combined the best into these collections. In Dan's own words, "You will have at your fingertips the wealth of technical knowledge that can only come from years of experimentation and experience."
Pâte de Verre and Kiln Casting of Glass
First published in 1997, Jim Kervin and Dan together wrote what has become one of the best instructional books on kiln casting glass. Completely revised with the second edition in 2000, this books covers:
|Pâte de Verre and Kiln Casting of Glass||$45.00|
Glass Under Heat
Over 20 years of Dan's notes on kiln working, including slumping, fusing, firing and annealing, paints, lusters, Pate de Verre, casting, and sources.
3 Ring binder
|Glass Under Heat: Complete Kiln Work Notes, 1982 - 2004||$55.00|
Sandblasting on Glass
Over 8 years worth of Dan's notes on sandblasting, including resists, shading, carving, and equipment.
3 Ring binder
|Sandblasting on Glass||$30.00|
Kiln Work Problem Solving
Over 10 years of Dan's notes on kiln work problem solving, including fusing, firing, annealing, and sources.
|Kiln Work Problem Solving||$20.00|