logo Thumbnail Jacquelyne Collett

Jacquelyne Collett refers to her glass and copper pieces as "glass constructions." Her work has an architectural feel to it; through line, basic shape and textural quality.


I am working primarily with fused glass; a kiln formed process. Basically, layers of compatible glasses are combined by heating them to approximately 1500 degrees F. My work requires at least three firings; the first to set up the background, a second to add the surface colors, a third to add detail colors and additions of copper. I incorporate a photo resist method to sandblast the graphic images onto the glass, which is followed by fire-polishing. The copper pieces in my work are added by fabricating, soldering, sanding and polishing - much the same as a jeweler would design and finish a piece. There is an occasional glass detail that is flame worked with a torch to obtain a desired shape. Additionally, most pieces will have areas sandblasted for a subtle textural effect. I do not use any molds or patterns when constructing these pieces...each may be considered an original.

Gainesville, FL
Phone: 352-373-4331
Fax: 555-123-4567

Image of work

"The Difference Between Us"
Glass and Copper

Image of work

20" x 24"

Image of work

Glass and copper
12" x 40"

Image of work

"Full Color"
Glass, copper, antique typewriter key.
12" x 30" framed



All images exhibited at this World Wide Web site are for public viewing only.
No reproduction rights are granted, licensed or sanctioned in any form or manner and are hereby exclusively reserved by the artist.