Artist fuses glass, heat to create 'dance' vision
When town of Kinnickinnic artist Bonnie Rubinstein creates a piece of fused-glass artwork, the vision might be for something as big as 20 feet or as small as a piece of jewelry.
She works with one or all three kilns in her studio, often melding glass at 1,450 degrees and 'firing it' several times to create the right look.
Some projects require as many as 60 hours of kiln time.
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