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Fused Glass

This is a dream come true for me. I am at the very beginning of my warm glass exploration, play and journey. By day (and sometimes by night too), I am a nationally certified Freelance Spanish Medical Interpreter, working mostly with Massachusetts General Hospital, since 2001. I did leave for three years to start, a currently stalled, fish smoking business in Costa Rica. But while I was a staff medical interpreter at MGH in 2004, I took a variety of glass classes from Diablo Glass and Metal in Roxbury, Mass. I just loved glass fusing. It was relaxing and easy, gravity friendly, not hot, gives you the opportunity to put different pieces of raw glass together to see how they feel about being fused together for all of eternity. And it is always exciting to open up the kiln to see what went on in the extreme heat.

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