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New Glass Fusing Premium Videos are Coming!

September is here and I am working feverishly in my studio and in my office to get an exciting  new project launched for you. I’m hopeful it will be ready by the end of this month. Being the right brained person I am, I’m juggling several different big tasks at one time. Sometimes it seems I’m not getting anywhere. Then all of a sudden things miraculously come together and WOW! I have a polished new offering to show and share.

Truth is, I’ve been planning this for more than a year. I’m really excited to tell you all about my new Glass Fusing Premium Video series. However, it’s not a competed package yet so the details about the membership levels has to wait for now. Though it seems I’ve been a quieter online lately, I assure you I’m firing my kilns regularly to bring you sparkling new, fun-to-make projects you will love.

You may know, Joe and I owned a stained glass gallery and retail store for 20 years. In the store we sold supplies, and we taught classes. We also produced and installed commission glass art for residences and public buildings. I enjoyed the daily interaction I had with fellow glass enthusiasts. I loved getting feedback on my creations from our clients and students.

Now, by design, I’m a full time studio artist working alone in my private studio. I love the artistic freedom it gives me to spend my days being a productive designer. I create when my muse strikes and not by the clock. I’m able to keep artist office hours too. You won’t get an email from me 9 am on a Monday morning. It’s more likely to arrive at 9 pm on a Thursday or Friday night after studio time.  

I’d like your help!

There is an enormous amount of behind-the-scenes tasks that have to be completed before I can launch my new videos. And so I’m asking you, my fellow glass lover for help. Would you share your thoughts and give me feedback on some new graphic designs I want to share on my website and in my new eBooks?

Which glass fusing graph do you like best? Does the whimsical color version or the simple black and white one make you happy? 

There is no right or wrong answer here. I thought it would be fun for you to help me shape the building blocks of my new videos and new eBooks.       

#1 – 96 COE

For me, I’m an artist first and fabricator second. Color is my life. I don’t follow the crowd. I trailblazer forward without looking back. The color graph engages my fun loving visual learning mind.

I became interested in glass fusing because I was excited about the variety of beautiful art I could make. I learned about the technical aspects and restrictions later. It’s fun to think, my love for art made me an unlikely scientist who literally runs her own crazy experiments.

#2 – 96 COE

I’m aware that many glass enthusiasts have a different approach. You’re a fabricator first and artist second. You fell in love with glass fusing because you’re drawn to the dependability of the technical aspects. Plus, you get a thrill out of melting glass in a kiln to make amazing pieces of art. I get you. The simplicity of having your information delivered clearly in black and white is comforting.

I’ll also post these images on Facebook. Please click over there and vote for your favorite ones.

Here’s another comparison I’d like your feedback on.

Believe it or not, I don’t have a logo. After thirty five years as a working professional in the art business I thought it was time to change that.

Which one do you like best?

#1 Yellow Square Logo
#2 Colorful Round Logo

Thank you in advance for your help and feedback.

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As always, it’s fun to hang out with you. Thank you for including me in your busy day.

More exciting news to come soon.

Happy Fusing!


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September 29, 2022

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Sculptural fused glass is the creation of three-dimensional forms that rise above a flat plane. Artists create 3-D works by using multiple methods and techniques with complete freedom of materials and process.

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You’ll push the boundaries glass imposes. You’ll use innovative approaches to design and combine multiple advanced techniques to construct original sculptural art. You’ll enjoy: the one-on-one instruction, making large scale projects, the well-equipped classroom, and the intimate class size.

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14 thoughts on “New Glass Fusing Premium Videos are Coming!

  1. Lisa,
    Sorry, but I’m not on Facebook. I’d like to comment on your logo and firing graph. I like the whimsy of the colored graph much better than the black and white version. If others prefer not to have the cute critters, I would still vote to keep the background colors. Color really enhances the processes your are depicting. As for your logo, I prefer the yellow square one. I do agree with the one commenter I could see without logging into Facebook that said she prefers the colors of the other logo over the yellow though. I also agree with her reasoning for liking the square one and the blue tones. Thanks for asking.

    1. Hi Kathy, Thank you for your thoughts! You creatives are not making this easy. Several people responded here. It’s all good. I’ll post the results soon. Happy Fusing! Lisa

  2. I like the round logo better. Just a suggestion: traditionally, with this monogram style, the central, largest letter is the first letter of the last name, and the first name and middle name initials are the smaller, “background” letters. Might give you some more design options.

    1. Hi Georgia, Thank you for your thoughts! You creatives are not making this easy. Thanks for the suggestion. I’m not sure I will move the letters around though. There are a lot of Lisa Vogts out there. To find me the J is needed. That’s why I made it the largest letter. If it this goes against tradition that’s sort of my style anyway. So far no other comments on the letter order. We’ll see… Happy Fusing, Lisa J

  3. Lisa, I’m drawn to the color chart and to the round logo. Looking forward to your new adventure.

    1. Hi Sherie, Thank you for your thoughts! You creatives are not making this easy. I’ll post the results soon. Happy Fusing! Lisa

  4. I’m a visual person and I like the colored graph. Very clever!
    I like the first logo. Less busy and more readable.

    1. Hi Debb, Thank you for your thoughts! You creatives are not making this easy. I’ll post the results soon. Happy Fusing! Lisa

  5. Love the colored firing graph

    1. Hi Candy, Thank you for your thoughts! You creatives are not making this easy. I’ll post the results soon. Happy Fusing! Lisa

  6. I like the temperature graph with the colors–it is interesting. The other one is boring.
    I Like the logo with the yellow background

    1. Hi Carolyn, Thank you for your thoughts! You creatives are not making this easy. I’ll post the results soon. Happy Fusing! Lisa

  7. Im drawn to the colored graph and the blues in the round logo. Why not try a non conventional shape for your logo. I think a triangle or octagon would add interest! Can’t wait to see your new videos!

  8. I’m excited for you next inspirational adventure!
    I like the color graph as it helps me see steps better. The blue logo has cool colors and is more pleasing and welcoming to me. It feels more artsy as well. This is going to be great!

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