We sell on Square Market . Visit often as the listings change. We prefer Square Market because they don't take a commission from us. If you prefer to purchase direct, we can always send you a PayPal invoice.
2018 September - We celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary by taking a trip to Oregon. Of course we visited the Bullseye Glass factory and received the grand tour. We also got the opportunity to shop in the "bull pen", where we found some unique sheet glass.
We visited the Japanese garden, which we'll go back to so we can fully enjoy the experience.
We stayed the entire week with our friends Chaly & Kerry Balanza at their Balanza Vineyard. They have a B&B which is just heavenly. We enjoyed lots of great wine, food & views from the decks. Visited lots of wineries in the Dundee Hills AVA and others, made new friends and found a new respect for Pinot Noir. Our palettes look forward to being educated in future trips.
2018 August - Lisa took a class using a new product called Modeling Glass. It creates a "clay" type product that can be molded, sculpted & shaped into a variety of forms. They made Blue Jay feathers and some other forms. This appeals to the love of sculpture that Lisa has. Look for pieces using this product in the coming months.
It's not until June 2017, so time to plan. This opportunity will allow Lisa to develop her artistic side with glass as the medium. The title of the workshop is "New Eyes, Extra Colors". The intent is to take you to a place away from home, without the distractions of everyday life. She will get the chance to experience a totally different environment, and draw inspiration and beauty from the experience.
Hunterston Castle in Ayrshire, Scotland is Lisa's heritage, so she'll feel right at home.
This is a sink that Lisa created and lives in our guest bath. Sinks are fun! We can create one for you! Shoot us an email at info@HeatedElements.com
Our designs combine our passions for fused glass and welded metal. The abstract nature of fused glass mixed with the structure of welded metal allows both the creative and engineered facets of each to come together to create original pieces of art. Some may have a functional use such as a plate or bowl. Others may be more artistic. Initially, we'll display some of our creations, then we hope to sell some so that we can purchase more materials.
As we continue to learn, we'll share our experiences here. We hope that you'll travel along on our journey with us and check back from time to time to see what's new. - Lisa