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Fused Glass 101: Intro to Fused Glass
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Beginner, Experienced Beginner
GF0212 Sept 29 and 30, 2012 (Saturday/Sunday 10am - 5pm) (Glass Studio, Railroad Building)
Students will learn fused glass techniques by creating components for jewelry and small items such as bookmarks, wine stoppers, ornaments, and letter openers. Some dichroic glass will be included in the materials fee. This class is similar to the sampler but with extended project time and covers additional topics tailored to the studentsí interests. These are the same techniques used to make larger items like bowls etc. By starting small you can explore the medium with minimal kiln time, cost for tuition and materials. Topics will include cutting, grinding, preparing pieces for the kiln and firing. A list of tools and materials suppliers will be provided. Specialty glass, silver wire, findings and gift components will also be available for purchase from the instructor.
A studio/materials fee of $55 is due at time of registration.
has a BA and Masters degree from Iona College. She studied silversmithing, lapidary, and glass manipulation under highly esteemed jewelers and glass artists including Fredricka Kulicke, Lessley Burke, Joy Raskin, Annemarie Ciuffini, Stephanie Maddalena, and Kurt Patzlaff. Suzanne maintains a studio in Newtown, CT
BCC will provide all materials and tools for this Sampler Workshop.
The $55 studio/materials fee includes use of studio tools and equipment as well as the following metals:
2 sterling tags
2 sterling earwires
1 sterling stud set
20 gauge wire for connectors
cord, bail, small glue
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