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Alysa Marie Diebolt



Fused Glass has been Alysa’s passion ever since she was fourteen years old.  Her father is a stained glass artist and was a strong influence in her starting with this medium.  Since she began she has been participating in art shows every summer.  She has traveled to Wisconsin and Illinois in addition to Michigan to exhibit her art.  Alysa has experienced more than fifty art fairs and festivals.  Alysa also displays her work in galleries across Michigan
Candle HolderAlysa studied Marketing at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan. She knew that it would be a great addition to her skill set and help her promote her art.  In the future she would like to open her own art gallery that would not only feature her own art, but also feature art of young, aspiring artists like herself.

Artist Statement

Poppy BowlI began working with fused glass when I was fourteen. Through learning the technical process, I have been able to experiment with the medium, making a variety of products. A large portion of my work revolves around the concept of functional beauty. I believe that everyday people go through life using many products, and I work to make sure those products are both useable and visually attractive.

Fused Glass Process

Tree DoneFused Glass is the process of melting glass together in a glass kiln at 1450*F. Fusing also includes a technique called slumping (1265*F) which entails "softening" the glass over treated ceramic, stainless steel or artist created molds.




Care Instructions

All pieces are food safe. Not recommended for use in dishwashers, microwaves, or ovens. Please hand wash.

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East Ludington Gallery
1007 Ludington Street
Escanaba, MI 49829
1 (906) 786-0300