OUR LATEST eBOOK...


In this first eBook on creating light and landscapes,  we detail three very different landscape scenes, each presenting a different challenge.  In the first, a simple marsh landscape, Meandering Light, we introduce a simple powder technique, explained and illustrated step-by-step in detail.

Two other complete landscape projects, First Light and Distant Light, each present different challenges. We detail their design and construction process step-by-step,  and explain the techniques we adapted to meet all of  those challenges.

For all three, we also include samples of other pieces created in the same manner, but with small changes to the images and palettes.

Display and framing methods are included in the over  80 pages of clear, step-by-step instructions and more than 170 photos and diagrams. 

You can refer back to the step-by-step instructions, photos, diagrams and firing schedules any time you want.  It's something our students have long asked for.


  

We want to share a glimpse of what we've dreamed up! 

A companion to our first eBOOK in the StripCut series, picks up where Book 1 left off.  It builds on the techniques taught there, showing how you can combine them with other layout strategies to create even more interesting and unique projects.

  • Over 200 images and diagrams, and more than 120 pages of step-by-step instructions...
  • 7 Lab Note projects that illustrate the impact color choices have on your composition...
  • Petits Projets, 7 of them! Big ideas in little packages...
  • Three unique and more complex Grands Projets! Amazing to look at but easy to do once you know the techniques and tricks.

If you haven't had a chance to read Book 1: Varying the Line Width yet, you might want to purchase the two eBOOKS together.  All the projects in Book 1 were designed to teach you the various techniques that we continue to build on in Book 2 ...and you can combine the two books for a discount at www.fusedglassbooks.com!! Even better, you can add one or more of the other 20 excellent eBOOKS available there for a greater discount.  

 

Only $20

(Or less). You might say it's a remarkable deal.

 



STRIPCUT REIMAGINED
BOOK I: VARYING THE LINE WIDTH
Ready for purchase!

Our good friend, Paul Tarlow of Helios Glass in Austin, Texas, has agreed to handle the orders for our eBooks at FusedGlassBooks.com. Follow the link for more information on purchasing and immediate download.


STRIPCUT REIMAGINED was one of the most requested classes taught at Vitrum Studio. This book teaches you the techniques and guides you through the steps of each project, in your own home at your own pace, and at a small fraction of the cost of a class.

You might say it's a remarkable deal.

We organized this book much like our classes - starting with a simple project focused on the fundamentals of the technique, then demonstrating 21 different project tiles that illustrate how this process is impacted by the special properties of glass -- flow, transparency and opacity -- culminating in 4 unique projects of increasing complexity that build on what you have learned. We take you step-by-step through each process, with clear directions and illustrations.

With over 90 pages of clear instructions and over 170 photos and diagrams, we've tried hard to ensure that the book is suitable for all levels of experience. We think it will help the beginner to grow and will challenge the more experienced glass artist.

We hope you'll enjoy it! 

Judith and Kevin
Vitrum Studio eBooks

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All graphics, original artwork, site design and textual material on this website (vitrumstudio.com) is protected by United States copyright law and international treaties. You may not copy, distribute, sell, redesign, take credit for or use any material owned by Vitrum Studio, Judith Finn Conway, and/or Kevin O'Toole.

No part of the contents of this site may be reproduced without the written permission of the Owners of Vitrum Studio, Judith Finn Conway, and/or Kevin O'Toole.

Please contact us at vitrum@vitrumstudio.com to use or copy graphics, original artwork, site design and textual material on this website