Artist Nina Miller started with a clear glass sheet, arranged strips of colored glass on top of it, fired it in a kiln, shaped it into a mold, then fired it again to get this wavy piece.
Artist Nina Miller started with a clear glass sheet, arranged strips of colored glass on top of it, fired it in a kiln, shaped it into a mold, then fired it again to get this wavy piece. Tim Vizer News-Democrat
Artist Nina Miller started with a clear glass sheet, arranged strips of colored glass on top of it, fired it in a kiln, shaped it into a mold, then fired it again to get this wavy piece. Tim Vizer News-Democrat

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