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Title: Searsville Dam: It's Complicated
Dimensions: 8" w x 6" d x 2" h
Description: Created during a workshop taught by Jeffrey Sarmiento at the Pilchuck Glass School. This block is made of 16 layers of 3mm glass. Eight of the layers have images or color and they are alternated with layers of clear glass. The images were printed using a photoresist screenprinting technique. Both glass enamel paints and powdered glass were used in combination with the screens. The individual layers are documented below. Most of the images and text relate to the Searsville Dam, located on the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University. Click on the thumbnails below to see a larger version of the image.
Materials and Techniques: Bullseye sheet glass screenprinted with Reusche high fire enamels, fused. See individual layers below.
Click on an image below to view the 8 image layers that were fused together to make this artwork:
Steelhead Thumb Image Text Thumb Image Map Thumb Image Native Fish Thumb Image Dam Photo Thumb Image Tint Layer Image Footprint Thumb Image Powder Print Thumb Image
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