I have been painting on glass with ceramic underglazes and then firing the
pieces in a low fire kiln. Their effect is more like watercolors with
pastel shades and tones. The process is non-toxic, relatively inexpensive
and effective. I paint on squares of glass from 1/4" to 3/4" thick.
I am interested in what vitreous paints you are using and their toxicity.
Regards, Teresa Tipton
On Mon, 6 Jan 1997, betti longinotti wrote:
> I recall someone asked about paint applications to glass. While just > looking at a Dick Blick catalog, I found a "glass chalk". it says it > won't run, but it is easily removed with a damp cloth.. Their www > location is: http://www.dickblick.com > or e-mail: info > or phone #: 1-800-621-8293 > > If you are wanting to know about painting on glass with vitreous paints, > which are permanent, I could give you some information on that as well. > > Yours in Art & Life, > Betti L. > p-lstudio >