Featured Glass Artist

Featured Glass Artist

Announcing a Featured Glass Artist on the Wazer Website

Starting a small business can be challenging, but with hard work and dedication, it can also be incredibly rewarding. That's why I'm thrilled to announce that I, along with my small business, Fuse Muse Fused Glass, am being featured as a glass artist on the Wazer website.

You can read our feature article on the Wazer website here:  https://wazer.com/a-glass-artist-finds-success-in-the-great-white-north/


What this means to Me

I am truly honored to be featured on the Wazer website. Being recognized by such a reputable and well-respected company is a humbling experience, and I am grateful for the opportunity to share my work and ideas with a wider audience.  Being recognized is a testament to the hard work and dedication I have put into my craft. I am grateful for the acknowledgment and support that Wazer has given me, and I look forward to continuing to share my passion for creativity with the community.


Why this means so much for Fuse Muse Fused Glass (small online businesses take note)

Being featured as an artist on the Wazer website is a significant opportunity for my business, Fuse Muse Fused Glass. This feature will greatly aid in exposing my relatively unknown art to more glass artists and the general public. By having my work showcased on such a reputable website, we are given the chance to reach a wider audience, potentially attracting new customers who may not have found me otherwise. Furthermore, being featured on Wazer also gives my business more visibility on search engines, making it easier for people searching for precut glass shapes or fused glass art supplies to discover our website. This increased exposure will aid in boosting our online presence and driving more traffic to our website, resulting in potential sales and growth for our business. Overall, being featured on Wazer is a great way for me and other glass artists to gain visibility and expand our reach. 


What is a Wazer?

For those of you who don’t know, Wazer is a manufacturer of compact waterjets for small businesses. Waterjet cutting uses high-pressure water and an abrasive material (garnet) to cut through many types of materials, including glass, metal, and tile. Wazer's waterjets can cut intricate designs, making them a great tool for small businesses like mine. With our two Wazers, I cut glass shapes for fusers, stained glass artists, and mosaic artists. 

Front of a wazer waterjet machine


Check out our Fusible Glass Shapes

While you're here, feel free to take a look around at our site to shop for our precut glass shapes. Did you know we also sell silk screens that can be used on glass, ceramics, wood, paper, and fabric. 

Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on our latest creations and promotions. 

Finally, if you wish to share the creations you have made with our products, please join our brand new sharing community on Facebook - Fuse Muse Creations Community. It is a safe place where you can share your ideas and projects that you have made with products from Fuse Muse Fused Glass. 





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