Fused glass is made up of layers which fuse together, hence the name! You can find evidence of that in the way that the glass has depths, and that different elements of a design will sit above another depending on which way you look at it, but it can go one step further than that. When you start adding panels on top of panels, you get a jaw dropping layered effect that brings glass wall art perfectly into the third dimension, and the result deserves to be noticed!

Fused Glass Art Working in 3D
These overlapping pieces of fused glass art create a stunning layered effect!

Granted, with fused glass art there’s always an element of 3D thrown in there, as the surfaces of most layered pieces rise and fall naturally as the glass contours to the design. With many pieces, metallic accents, shapes and more are laid on top of the very top layer of the glass, allowing it to fuse naturally and create details that you can reach out and touch. You can see that displayed in lots of glass wall art pieces all throughout our site, such as the one pictured here on the left.

The three dimensional look is one that suits just about any piece, however, from glass wall art panels and accessories all the way to our much beloved bespoke fused glass kitchen splashbacks. It’s precisely because all of our work is handmade and able to be personalised that that’s the case. All you have to do as a customer is to let us know all about your ideas and how you’d like to make a panel truly pop with the use of layers, and we’ll work it out and deliver something truly special to your doorstep.

If you’re thinking of getting in touch, don’t be shy! We here at The House of Ugly Fish would love to hear from you and learn about all of your ideas for the perfect piece of glass wall art, whether it’s an installation that works as a simple panel or a kitchen splashback that extends out to explore the full possibilities of three dimensions. Your imagination is the only limit when it comes to our incredibly bespoke products! Our full details can be found right here on our website, and all it takes is a quick call or an email.