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.

Snowy Owl


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Snowy Owl Ornament/Flower Pot Charm

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These pretty little Snowy Owls are fun to spot in the woods. Bring it indoor and put these in a flower pot or put them outside in your yard in a tree. They will be there for a while…they won’t fly away!

These cuties also make nice gift for any hostess gift, teachers gift, safe for hospitals, feather allergy sufferers or your friendly general owl collector!

Hand painted
Fused Glass
Owl is approximately 3.5″ tall by 1.75″ wide
Mini Stainless Steel Shepherds Hook sold separately
Convertible to an ornament, just add your own hanger!

“WHO” do you know who loves owls?

Additional information

Weight 160 g
Dimensions 15 × 20 × 2 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”.