absolute gorgeous produce, man! good job!
been back in the glass and print studio, working with a new type of glass to make some patterned sushi dishes:
l to r: component pieces of copper reactive glass and strip of copper foil. next is flat-fused blank in pattern and trapping the copper between the treated clear glass components. next is the slumped form after melted into a ceramic mold. last piece is another slumped sushi plate in a swirled solid blue with clear overlay in final form.
the reactivity comes from an “infusion” of tin in the texture of the top surface of the clear glass. there is copper in the green and blue glass (and the foil strip - obvs), the elements react in the 1440F firing and turn red. neat trick. useful? dunno.