July 2019 Newsletter

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311 Stock Rd O'Connor WA 6163   Phone: 9314 5811   Email: info@perthartglass.com.au

18/11/2019 | Perth Art Glass Newsletter

Magnificent Mosaics!

This month we were honoured to host 22 members of the Mosaic Association of Australia and New Zealand (MAANZ). The delightful group came in to take a look at our product range, and to learn about the world of art glass and how it can be incorporated into mosaics. Ian held a glass cutting demonstration and Eva provided a yummy morning tea for our guests to enjoy. We all had a fantastic time exchanging tips and ideas. We look forward to seeing what the MAANZ members will create with their new art glass products and techniques!

In addition to the visit from MAANZ, we held a Beginners Mosaics in Glass course this month. The students had a great time creating their very first mosaics. Each student produced a unique design and we were very impressed with the outcomes. Here are some of their beautiful creations...

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Clearance Sale! 

We are holding a Clearance Sale on all faceted glass jewels!

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What's in Stock? 

Introducing the new Glass Chip Brush! An indispensable little helper for any work area! The glass splinters on cutting tables can not only cause scratches on the next glass pane you want to cut, but you get them stuck in your hands very easily. The solution is the Glass Chip Brush. Simply brush over the surface and the little mechanical brush roller collects all splinters inside the plastic body. The body can then be opened and the glass chips thrown into the waste bin. This is a very handy tool to have in your glass studio and one we use regularly in our workshop at Perth Art Glass. 

Another fantastic product we now carry is the new Prep Multi-Use Adhesive. Glues almost anything to anything! Ideal for woodworking, brickwork, wallpaper, glass and ceramic surfaces. Made by tradesmen for tradesmen (and hobbyists!)

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Ladies in Glass

Margaret has created another stunning fused glass piece, dubbed "The Water Carrier". This is the third creation in Margaret's "Ladies in Glass" series. The use of Dichroic Glass to produce the water vessel and sarong is very striking!

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