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Learn the construction techniques and use your creativity to create a beveled glass box with a hinged lid. The glass box lid can range from a simple too complicated but must be completed within the time frame of the class. Class Requirement: You must be able to cut glass and solder for this class.

Cost: $ 90.00
Using 90 COE glass, you will learn the fundamentals of fusing. We create an experimental glass tile, a night-lite, a ring dish, a piece of jewelry, and an additional project. Some of the projects will be taken to a full fuse and some will be tacked fused...the dish will be slumped. We will furnish most supplies and the kiln time. You will furnish the creativity and some additional supplies if desired.

Cost: $ 150.00
In this third fusing class, we explore how glass moves in the kiln to create organic works of art. The 3-week class starts with coral type bowls. The second week covers mastering intentional shapes with negative spaces. The third week is a mastery of delicate designs with exquisite control over the final project. Class includes glass for the first project. Projects will require multiple firings, so students will have to return after class to pick up their completed projects

Cost: $ 170.00
In this 3-week course, you'll discover how glass flows and moves at high temperatures in the kiln, and use this knowledge to create two unique and stunning projects. The first project involves working with stacked glass and frit, creating one-of-a-kind pieces that showcase the mesmerizing flow of molten glass. The second project uses segment bars, where you'll stack contrasting pieces of glass to create geometric shapes and patterns that flow and merge together in the heat of the kiln.

Cost: $ 145.00
In this redesigned class you will construct a panel with bevels and colored glass. You will also learn how to build a jig, where to start with lead when making a rectangular project, and how to putty and finish the piece. Your project can be any size between 8"x 8" and 14"x 14". You will need to purchase the glass for your project or bring in your own. We will supply the lead, bevels, tools and supplies. The jig will be built on a wooden, mdf, or homasote board. We have a selection of boards, but feel free to bring your own. Students should have completed Stained Glass I and II.

Cost: $ 150.00
In this 3-week class you will make a small mosaic, or bring in a substrate of your choice! Learn the design fundamentals behind mosaics as well as how to chip, glue, and grout a mosaic using glass. We supply the pattern or bring one of your choosing to be interpreted in mosaic arts. Glass and substrate provided.

Cost: $ 150.00
What is your mosaic style? Expand on the technical skills learned in Mosaic One by refining your cutting skills and developing your andamento style. We will use materials that can be mounted outside while exploring methods for creating gradients and using transparent glass to create special effects. Substrates, thinset and grout will be provided as well as a selection of glass to use for your project

Cost: $ 165.00
Add the beauty of painting with light into your mosaic creations. In this three-week class in glass-on-glass mosaics, students will employ transparent stained glass to create stunning visual effects. Prior completion of Mosaic I is recommended, ensuring participants possess foundational mosaic skills. Throughout the course, students will be challenged to bring their creative visions to life, crafting an 8 x 10" masterpiece. With substrate, frame, adhesive options, and grout provided, learners can focus solely on their artistic expression. While guidance and materials are available, students are encouraged to bring or acquire additional glass pieces to complement their designs.

Cost: $ 175.00
Learn how to place dried and pressed flowers between glass and turn it into a stunning stained-glass piece. This 2-week class will teach you techniques and walk you through this cute way to preserve a little piece of nature. Students will make either a 4" square or 4" circle. All materials will be provided.

Cost: $ 105.00
This is our beginning class where we use the foil method of construction. In this 4-week class you will learn how to cut, grind, foil and solder glass components while making two class projects. Price includes supplies for your first project. You select from a wide array of free patterns and you purchase glass, foil, and solder for your second project.

Cost: $ 175.00
This 4-week class is the next step in learning the copper foil technique. In this 4-week class you will learn how to make a small (12" x 15") panel. We begin with how to build a jig to frame the project and end by teaching how to finish the edges with a zinc frame. You will purchase the approved pattern book and all materials. There will be soldering homework for this class.

Cost: $ 160.00