Hockaday SPRING 2015

Drilling a hole in the glass
Drilling a hole in the glass
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Using a diamond hole saw
Using a diamond hole saw
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Fusing recycled glass
Fusing recycled glass
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Stacking it piece by piece
Stacking it piece by piece
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Shapes have to be perfect
Shapes have to be perfect
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Fused glass in kiln
Fused glass in kiln
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'Tool' for pouring resin on back
'Tool' for pouring resin on back
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Resin binds hardware to glass
Resin binds hardware to glass
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Fused recycled panels
Fused recycled panels
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Spring/Summer 2015

  • Kiln is delivered to Carlyn's studio Dallas Glass Art 

  • The rest of the Hockaday tiles are cast

  • The recycled plate glass panels are reconfigured to fit the tetras

  • Resin is attached on the back of each panel for reinforcement and also to hold on the hardware

  • This is continued many times and repeated up until the day of install!

  • The Hockaday tiles are drilled so there is a hole to fit the 'vine' in the middle