Traditionally, reverse painting on glass is a ancient “cold art” form consisting of applying oil paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the image by turning the glass over and looking through the glass at the image. Lori takes it a step further with glass enamels and adds 1400F to the process! After numerous kiln firings, the result is beautiful intensely coloured glass items.



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Christmas ornament, moose in santa suit under the mistletoe, Nova Scotia, Canada.

8 in stock

Ships From: Canada

Sold By : Fused Glass Diva Categories:, , Tags:, , , , , , , SKU: FDGXMAS001


What says Canadian Christmas more than a moose wearing a Santa suit, mischievously positioned under the mistletoe!

This ornament is an original design by Lori Nason, the “Diva”! It is hand painted in reverse on the back side of the glass using briliantly coloured glass enamels and fired in the kiln several times.

The Mooseltoe shown has “Nova Scotia, Canada” written on it, There are also Mooseltoe without any writing available.

The Diva has some held up in production in case you want your own personal message. It will cost a little more and it depends on how much you want said…Contact her for more details.

Everyone is different

Approximately 1.5″ bt 4.5″

Tastefully packaged to go!

Additional information

Weight 180 g
Dimensions 15 × 15 × 6 cm


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I am The Fused Glass Diva!

I have been a glass artist for most of my adult life. Starting out with lead came stained glass, and traditional glass painting.

I loved fused glass from the very first day I was introduced to it. I am truely inspired by the freedom of seamless colour change, the fluidity of melted glass, the physical manipulation achieved with temperature, gravity and tools and the ability to make three dimensional objects.

​One of the best things about fused glass is the practicality of the pieces I love to create. To me…it is the very definition of “Functional Art”.