Dan Fenton and James Kervin / Paperback / Published 1997
Paperback - 198 pages 1st edition (April 1, 1997)
Dan Fenton and James Kervin's most excellent work on
three-dimensional pāte de verre and glass casting techniques for
sculptural work, beads and hollow vessels. Review of mold
construction, modeling, several casting techniques, kiln procedures
and safety considerations. Complete manual on pāte de verre and
glass casting for serious glass artists.
Reviewer: email@example.com from Los Angeles March 28, 1999
This book was awesome. It had everyhing I needed to know to get started with pate de vere. It was
the only book I could find which talked about safety in my workshop. I liked it because it was not
the visual fluff found in all the other books.
This book is one of the most comprehensive books
Reviewer: Deconstructed@snap.com from Milwaukee, WI November 3, 1998
This book is everything you wanted to know about glass beadmaking. For only fourty daollars this
book gives you a step by step account of what you should do to create beautiful glass creations. It
starts out by telling you the tools needed to get started in one of the fastest growing arts in the
country. The step by step instructions on how to create special types of glass beads is also
exceptional. This book is a must buy book if you are interested in the art of Glass Bead Making!!
-Nicholas J Johnson -Milwaukee Art Examiner