FEBRUARY 6TH: Saturday Morning 10AM-Noon aturd
FUSING CLASS / HOT GLASS CLASS / KILN WORK CLASS
$55 Beginner / $45 Non-Beginner (Includes firing fees/Materials separate)
FEBRUARY 6TH: Saturday Afternoon 1:30-5 PM
FUSED HEART ORNAMENTS AND/OR HEART DISHES CLASS DESCRIPTION:
Assemble/decorate heart ornaments or heart dishes. There is time to make 4 ornaments, 2 heart dishes, or 2 ornaments and 1 heart dish. Ornament blanks come precut in the shapes of a small or large heart ($5-$8 depending upon size and color). Students decorate them with frit, stringers, noodles, paint, pebbles, dichroic glass, confetti glass, dots, decals, and more. Dichroic firesticks, non-scrap dichroic glass,cane, and precut glass shapes are extra. Students can also choose to decorate precut heart dishes (available in 5 sizes and 4 different glass colors). Let the teacher know at least 3 days ahead of class if you’d like to make any dishes and which size(s) and color(s) you would like to make. No fusing or glass experience required. Tool rental included.
4x4” mini heart dish-$6 clear, $7 white or clear iridized, $8 red & white swirl
5x6” small heart dish - $10 clear, $12 white or clear iridized, $14 red & white swirl
7x8” medium heart dish - $14 clear, $16.50 white or clear iridized, $20 red & white swirl
10x11” large heart dish - $24 clear, $27 white or clear iridized, $31 red & white swirl
7x7” swirl heart dish - $14 clear, $16.50 white or clear iridized, $20 red & white swirl
FUSING/HOT GLASS/KILN WORK CLASS DESCRIPTION:
All students: Make one or more bowls, plates, tiles, clocks, coasters, jewelry and more. The projects are shaped to ceramic or stainless steel molds and Great Glass Galore has over 60 molds available for student use. The firing fees for all your projects are included in the class fee, but expect to spend $30-$80 on materials. Glass cutting skills are recommended, but not required. Ask about scheduling an optional 1.25 hour glass cutting workshop (cost $20). System 96 glass is used during class. If you decide to make more projects outside of class and don’t have a kiln, you can pay Great Glass Galore to fire them.
Beginners: Learn about the materials used in fusing and how to clean and assemble them. You will also learn a basic firing schedule for a small project fired in a small kiln, and about the changing properties of glass as it heats and cools. You will have time to make one large project (up to 12x12” square plate or 12” round plate) and several smaller projects.
Non-Beginners: Work on projects at your own pace, or learn more details about firing schedules, setting up your own kiln, kiln wash, molds, fiber papers, or other fusing techniques.