Please note, not all of these workshops are currently on our calendar. Contact us if you are interested in any of the following and we will notify you when the workshop is scheduled.
Monday, April 18, 2016
Use a silkscreen to achieve realistic imagery. Students will apply an underglaze thru a silkscreen to portray a detailed image. The artwork will then be hand tinted prior to firing in the kiln which will set the glazes.
Times: 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
Cost: $75.00 - Limit: 10 students
Each student will trace and matte a piece of clear glass over a black and white design of their choice. Note: don't worry if you don't understand "trace" and "matte" - that is part of what you will be learning. Sample designs will be available, or students are welcome to bring their own. The size of the project will be 8" x 10". Multiple layers of paint will be applied and the piece will be fired with the goal of creating depth and shading in one firing. By the end of the class, attendees should feel comfortable adding paint to any project. Students will understand the products and the process involved in creating painted projects.
Bring: Brushes (a variety of water color, oil or make up brushes) dust mask, lunch
Times: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Cost: $125.00 - Limit: 10 students
Fused and Painted
In this 1 ½ day workshop you will learn new skills which will enable you to portray a real image much quicker and with more detail & shading than possible with traditional leaded glass.
The 1st evening will be spent designing and fusing your color blank. On day 2 the process of adding paint on the blank to enhance the detail and add dimension will be the focus.
Note: A paint kit will be available for students to purchase at a discounted rate.
Times: Wednesday night 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Saturday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Bring: Brushes (a variety of water color, oil or make up brushes) dust mask and a design.
Note: you will need to connect with Stan to check your design before the workshop. The size of the project will be 12" square.
Cost: $195.00 - Limit: 10 students