On the Edge alters the accepted method of assembling glass by taking every piece that’s cut and turning it 90 degrees on its side.  Since glass is only 1/8″ thick, the turned piece only shows a small sliver of the glass’s color.  However when hundreds of such pieces are cut and turned and placed next to each color in a well-planned design, the resulting piece is an explosion of color in an unusually intricate pattern that pulls you right in.
Most times solid colored opaque glass is used.  But when a piece also incorporates streaky glass, or is mixed with transparent glass, the resulting piece that comes out of the kiln takes on a totally different look both from light above as well as light that gets transmitted through the transparent pieces.