shut off

April 15, 2009

received a call from Jana C at Demdaco…” Close your Silvestri web site or we will stop shipping “
Why I asked?
no answer

Silvestri adds a new shape

April 6, 2009

Silvestri  artist comes to Frankenmuth Mi.

 The  renouned artist/ sculpturist.. Delahndro  De

Eschiveria finishes   world  tour at Silvestriglassfusion.

Photos of lori`s work

March 15, 2009

 

The  color explodes

The color explodes

New web site for Fusion Glass

March 15, 2009

Yesterday we launched a new web site for  Lori Siebert`s Art Glass made by Silvestri Glass.

Lori`s work  is expressed in the warm glow  of  instead of blowing the glass, torches and kilns are used to make the glass molten. Each piece begins with hand cut, broken, pulled, and ground pieces of glass and other objects, all together  the end product is a colorful flowing of  bright exploding colored glass artistry. Take a look at Silvestri Glass Fusion.

Hello world of Color!

March 15, 2009

An imaginative blend of color, style, and spirited design makes Silvestri’s product universally popular among the stylish urban hipster and and artsy creative rural alike. Silvestri is now part of Demdaco. Lori Siebert designs these layers of colored glass coupled with iridized metallic finishes to create bright and friendly shapes that make any day a festive occasion. Glass fusion collection comprised of shaped platters, sun catchers and ornaments lets you capture a rainbow of color inside and outside.

Referred to as “warm glass”,  glass fusion is one of the oldest forms of glass making.

Instead of blowing the glass, torches and kilns are used to make the glass molten. Each piece begins with hand cut, broken, pulled, and ground pieces of glass and other objects.

These pieces of glass and objects are then designed in a layered manner on the kiln shelf. Through a series of firings (at temperatures ranging from 1,200-1,500 degrees) a new piece of glass is formed and finally coaxed into its ultimate shape.


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