Turquoise Tortoise Art Gallery in Sedona Arizona - One of the finest Sedona Art Galleries featuring contemporary Native American and Southwestern art

 

NEWY FAGAN

From Connecticut to Oregon to North Carolina, Newy Fagan has studied and perfected her skills, pioneering a rediscovery of the most ancient glass process in the contemporary kiln-formed glass movement.

Over twenty years ago Fagan began her series of signed and numbered horses which has been a favorite with collectors since. Each kiln-formed glass horse requires fusing at temperatures exceeding 1450 degrees. At a full fuse, the different layers of compatible glass which form the unique design melt into one thickness. While wearing heavy zetex gloves, Fagan must remove the heated shelf containing the flat horse and, in less than thirty seconds, lift out two legs with a spatula. The horse is then quickly shaped, set upright and transferred into a second kiln for annealing – a controlled cooling of the glass to relieve stress.

Fagan's singular glass works have been exhibited from Vermont to Florida and Texas to New York. Awards and honors have been a constant in Fagan's career, from 1st Place in the Glass Craft Expo in Las Vegas, NV in 1996 to "Best in Show" at the International Glass Craft Expo in Arlington, TX in 1991 to honors at the 10th Annual Associates Exhibition in Corning, NY of the Stained Glass Association of America (SGAA). Fagan's remarkable talents, vision and skills have always stood out.

 

Fused Glass Art

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"Three Ponies"
Horses and Ponies Fused Glass Art
9" x 8" x 3" & 8" x 7" x 3"

"Grass Not Greener"
Horses and Ponies
Fused Glass Art

9" x 8" x 3" & 8" x 7" x 3"

"Reflections"
Horses and Ponies
Fused Glass Art

9" x 8" x 3" & 8" x 7" x 3"

 

NEW ARRIVALS!
"Horses & Ponies"
Fused Glass Art
9" x 8" x 3" & 8" x 7" x 3"

 

Member of the Sedona Gallery Association [Sedona, Arizona]

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