Sfumato comes from the Italian "sfumare", “to tone down” or “to evaporate like smoke”. The most prominent practitioner of sfumato was Leonardo da Vinci, and his famous painting of the Mona Lisa exhibits the technique. Leonardo da Vinci described sfumato as "without lines or borders, in the manner of smoke or beyond the focus plane. My technique uses Sfumato blown glass and then reycled into this fusion. It will then be slumped into either a chandelier or a large bowl. 30" in diameter.