Metallic Impressions Soap Dish
This dish is made with dichroic glass, which literal means 'two colors,' a special type of glass with micro layers of color created with metal oxides that changes color with shifting views and angles of light refraction. Basically, it is a really cool piece of glass that changes color when you look at from different directions. Josephine A. Geiger carefully arranges the glass in the kiln and fuses it into dish shape.
4’’ x 6’’
About the Artist
Josephine A. Geiger
Born and mostly raised in Menomonie, WI, Josephine was able to take virtually every available art class. Her favorite was the Saturday morning art class at UW Stout where she experimented with everything from drawing, sculpture, print-making, and pottery, to bronze casting. Ironically, they did not have glass as a medium.
She now lives in a small house with a big yard in Saint Paul, MN, with her studio above the garage, a pond full of (sometimes frozen) goldfish in the back yard, and a dog watching out the window while the cat plays with her tail.
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