Singular Passion, 380
Singular Passion is the least saturated sibling in the Glass Alchemy Passion family. This color is designed to stay in the yellow range and looks great layered over other colors. Easy to use and control, this color is a great addition to any palette.
Working Tip: Get this color white hot to erase the striking history. A variety of effects are achievable depending on how long you flame/kiln strike.
Artist Description by Mike Shelbo
Closest in result to Warm Yellow, this exquisite Revolution 33 graduate is the opalescent yellow I have waited for. Where continuously working Warm Yellow will yield you light blues and purples, Singular Passion will go from transparent to opalescent or milky in color, but stays in the golden and white-ish yellow range of color. The result is gorgeous. I tend to like the results of Singular Passion best after a sculpture, either hollow or solid, has been worked in the flame for an hour or longer. Kiln striking at 1050 F or higher will shift the color when its is allowed to soak for a duration of time.