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Book, "Simply Fused: A Glass Fusing Project Book" by Jeanne Baruth. Sold individually.
Item Number: H20-3517BK
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Simply Fused is a must-have for any craft enthusiast's library. Published by Diamond Tech, this book takes crafting to a whole new level of fun. Create stunning baubles and bangles to wear and for your home right in the microwave.
Intended for use with the Fuseworks line of glass fusing products, this resource will guarantee glass fusing success. Simply Fused project book is a welcome addition to the Fuseworks Microwave Kiln and accessories. Fuseworks, making the art of glass fusing fun, easy and affordable.
Softcover, full color, 49 pages
Book size: 11x8 inches
Level: Intermediate to advanced
Books are shrink-wrapped and are returnable if unopened.
About the author: Meet Jeanne Marianne Kostka Baruth, a native Michigander who migrated to Clearwater, Florida in her early teens. Jeanne graduated from Clearwater High School where she acquired her passion for art and all things beautiful.
She was trained by, and apprenticed with, B.A. Everett of Clearwater. Under his tutelage, she refined her skills in charcoals, watercolors and oils, as she passionately captured the beauty of the Florida beaches, water, flora and fauna.
Jeanne returned to Michigan in the mid-nineties, where she worked in her home-studio for ten years broadening her scope of mediums to pottery, mosaics and jewelry.
Today, she resides in her "favorite state" - Florida has established Tanglewood Studio. With renewed inspiration, Jeanne has begun work in glass fusing and creating art objects from discarded items. Her projects have been featured in Create & Decorate, Crafts n Things and Creative Home Arts magazines.
Jeanne always had a rather unique, creative perspective of the world around her and in this book she attempts to share this perspective with each and every one of its readers.