Fused Glass Panels

Fused Glass Panel 
Click for full image New technology is revolutionizing the world of home design - and fused art glass panels are a big part of that.

The latest interior decorating trends feature colorful glass panels that might cover an entire wall or create unique back splashes in the kitchen or bath. These panels can be playful and fun or serene and tranquil and are an excellent way to bring broad areas of color into a room, create a fresh look, and stimulate the senses. Kiln-fused glass panels are infinitely versatile and provide a wealth of possibilities for color, design, texture and shape.

Helen Rudy is always at the forefront of the newest styles and technology in her field, plus she is known for her innovative uses of light. Her handmade fused glass panels make light bounce and refract, creating distinctive beauty. If light is limited, Helen designs panels to enhance colors and make the panels stand out.

Helen can cut, shape and layer a specific design for your space and sense of style. She can help you create your own creative signature in any interior.

Here are just a few ideas of ways you can enjoy Helen's fused glass artistry:

  • Kitchen or bath - cabinets insets, and backsplashes are not only distinctive and beautiful, they are also durable, hygienic, and easy to clean.

  • Walls - hailed as the new wallpaper, glass tiles can create bold, dynamic wall art designs such as patterned featured walls. Large glass tiles for decorative elements on a wall.

  • Decorative glass panels as wall hangings, triptych designs.

  • Sculptural decorative panels with stands for mantles, niches, windows, and room dividers.

Be creative! Helen's work can beautify any room in your home or office.

 

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"My work vision is to create glass pieces that are not only beautiful, sometimes tactile but are also functional. Glass is not an inexpensive medium and I find that if a piece is both functional and beautiful the owners are able to enjoy it more as they use or see it."


2014 Niche Awards Finalist