Starting with an extensive palette of sheet glass, artists JJ Brown and Simona Rosasco begin by creating kilncast “pattern bars”. Pattern bars are built by stacking or laying vibrant, multi-hued glass into molds made of high temperature materials. These molds are then fired in a kiln, at temperatures approaching 1600 degrees, creating solid glass bars of interesting and unusual design. Slices or chunks of these bars are then cut with a wet diamond saw.
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