Glass Arts & related upcoming events

    • Tuesday, November 28, 2017
    • Wednesday, November 29, 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Glass Studio, Class Code GL1117CDKH
    • 4
    Register


    This class provides and overview of kiln use and training on the ParagonGlass studio kilns. Successful completion of the class will allow the student authorization for independent kiln use for the Paragon GL24 and CS26 kilns. The first day of class you will learn how to use the kiln and will come back the next day for an hour to remove and discuss the glass that was fired in the kiln overnight.

    Class Pre-requisite:  A-Z of Fused Glass or glass studio leads permission by exception.

    Instructor Bio:
    Constance Ducar is relatively new to fusing glass and is a member o the Glass Art Studio Steering Committee.  She is enthusiastic about working with beginning students and encouraging a love for glass.  She is also active in the Fiber Arts Studio.  

    Kendra Harrington discovered a love for fused glass after joining BARN in 2015, and never looked back.  She enjoys learning new techniques
     and experimenting with the combination of glass and other materials.

    • Saturday, December 02, 2017
    • Sunday, December 03, 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Glass Studio, Class Code GL1217CDKH
    • 3
    Register


    This class provides and overview of kiln use and training on the ParagonGlass studio kilns. Successful completion of the class will allow the student authorization for independent kiln use for the Paragon GL24 and CS26 kilns. The first day of class you will learn how to use the kiln and will come back the next day for an hour to remove and discuss the glass that was fired in the kiln overnight.

    Class Pre-requisite:  A-Z of Fused Glass or glass studio leads permission by exception.

    Instructor Bio:
    Constance Ducar is relatively new to fusing glass and is a member o the Glass Art Studio Steering Committee.  She is enthusiastic about working with beginning students and encouraging a love for glass.  She is also active in the Fiber Arts Studio.  

    Kendra Harrington discovered a love for fused glass after joining BARN in 2015, and never looked back.  She enjoys learning new techniques
     and experimenting with the combination of glass and other materials.

    • Friday, December 08, 2017
    • Friday, December 15, 2017
    • 3 sessions
    • 8890 Three Tree Lane, Bainbridge Island WA 98110
    • 5
    Register

    Learn how to turn your carved clay into bah relief sculptures in solid glass. Transfer the extraordinary details of clay into a timeless piece of glass. You will be introduced to open face mold making by casting an original handmade relief carved by the student.

    Please bring a sketch book as well as any preferred sculpting tools, a particulate respirator if you have one, if not dust masks will be supplied, as well as any favorite carving tools.

    No experience  necessary.


    An additional material fee of $48 will be added to the total of the class tuition when you register online. If you send a check, please be sure to include the $48 materials fee.

    Instructor Bio:
    Robin Hoerth was born in Ohio and has a B.F.A. in sculpture from Mount Saint Joseph University. Upon graduation she moved to Kingston, Washington to apprentice under Jennifer Caldwell-Umphress where she now makes her living as a glass artist. Robin has been drawn to art her whole life, first through two-dimensional practices then sculpture. She was drawn to glass because of its beauty, difficulty, and versatility. By reflecting on her own life she is able to create a narrative within the piece that creates a profound dialogue between complex compositions.

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