GLASSICAL  ARTWORKS​ 

Fused Glass Art, Jewelry and Home Decor

Bringing color, light and beauty to you
and your surroundings

MELINDA MARINO MORRISSETTE
Artist and designer 

Welcome to the world of color, light
and dazzling glass.  




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My name is
     Melinda Morrissette
Hello
My Passion in life for many years has been working with beautiful glass.  
I have worked with stained glass for 30 years and for the past 10 years have added kiln formed fused glass to my body of work.  Fused glass allows many more design and creative options to work with and lets me create jewelry, tiles, plates and framed designs.  I always find new ways to express my appreciation for the beautiful interplay between color and light in glass.   I hope you enjoy my work and will want to bring some light and color into your home and life too.
My fused glass art and decor is created from sheets of flat colored glasses that are hand cut into whatever pattern I design.  The glasses are layered for depth and color variation. The design is then kiln fused to form a single layer of glass.  The artwork is then slowly cooled and if I am making trays, plates or bowls, the glass is returned to the kiln and reheated to "slump" into the desired curved shape.
My fused glass jewelry is created by hand cutting and layering small pieces of colored and dichroic glasses, glass rods, and glass paints.  the layers are fused together at 1424 degrees in my kiln to merge the layers into a solid piece, creating depth.   I never quite know what will appear in these small works of art.   These glass works are turned into necklaces, earrings pins, magnets, money clips, hair clips and rings.