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Fusing with iridescent glass and decorative etching (2 Day) ($150) Date(s)
In this exciting new class you will learn the basics of 3 glass techniques: fusing, glass etching (sandblasting) and slumping. Create a bowl or a plate made with iridescent glass, decorated with sandblasting etching. See attached pictures for stunning effects and patterns. First: create a fused piece with iridescent glass. Second: apply a resist onto the piece and cut out a design. Sandblast the glass piece. Third: Remove the resist and slump your glass on a mold to fire-polish the surface and shape it into a three dimensional object.
Thu,7/12/2018
 
Thursday, May 10

Glassblowing 3-Study Group
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Bead Making 2: Moretti 4 Wk Thur ($240)
This continuing Moretti course will cover intermediate techniques including buttons, hollows, and small sculpture. You will develop working with punties and a variety of accessory glass applications. Through a series of class demonstrations, discussion, and hands on practice you will further your skills at the torch.
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Fused Glass Study Group
Bring your own personal projects or ideas to this come-as-you-can fusing class. An instructor will be present for the entire three hour session. This is a great opportunity to learn more kilns, tools, and techniques, and to get feedback on things you've been working on. Scrap glass and cutting materials included, but your welcome to bring your own if you prefer. Additional costs for sheet glass and/or firings may apply. Some experience required
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Fusing with iridescent glass and decorative etching (2 Day) ($150)
In this exciting new class you will learn the basics of 3 glass techniques: fusing, glass etching (sandblasting) and slumping. Create a bowl or a plate made with iridescent glass, decorated with sandblasting etching. See attached pictures for stunning effects and patterns. First: create a fused piece with iridescent glass. Second: apply a resist onto the piece and cut out a design. Sandblast the glass piece. Third: Remove the resist and slump your glass on a mold to fire-polish the surface and shape it into a three dimensional object.
register