Charlton Glassworks is a family-owned and operated a glass studio located north of Seattle. Since 1996, Sandie and her son John have been developing their art of fusing hand-cut metals between layers of glass. The individually hand-cut copper pieces are fused between layers of glass to form functional pieces of art. The 1500-degree kiln turns the copper into fiery random-patterned images in the glass. The result of the eighteen-hour heating and cooling cycle is a durable, yet beautiful, piece of glass art.
Sedro Woolley, WA