Glass Fusing Taster – for adults. This glass fusing taster class will introduce you to the joys of working with brightly coloured glass to design and create a glass artwork. Your work will be ready for hanging or to gift someone.
The class offers a wonderful introduction to kiln formed glass. You will gain an understanding of the materials, techniques and processes involved while producing your own artwork. You will design and complete a piece of fused glass, size 12cm x 12 cm, which will be framed for you after the class.
This glass fusing taster session is about arranging and layering pieces of glass together. They are then kiln fired over a 24 hour period, at controlled temperatures, where the glass becomes molten and fuses together as it cools, creating a beautiful image. There is no glass cutting involved in the Taster session. All class material, kiln firing and a small picture frame are included in the workshop fee.
After the firing process your work will be prepared and framed for you ready for collection, approximately 7 to 10 days after your class. The picture frames available are a pale wood colour or white. Midweek or weekend sessions are available, choose session a, or b below to suit your availability. No previous experience of working with glass is required. Scroll down to view a short video on the process.
Class location: Artist Studio, Celbridge, Co Kildare Class duration: 2 hour class Class size: maximum of 4 adult participants. Fee per person: €135
- Option a: Saturday September 30th 2023, 10.30am – 12.30pm
- Option b: Saturday February 25th 2024, 10.30am – 12.30pm
What to bring: your wonderful self! Please wear closed toe shoes (no sandals) for safety reasons and bring reading glasses if you normally wear them.
For more information or if you have any further questions contact Vera at: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 086 2584367 This short video will explain more about the process involved.
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Option a: Saturday September 30th 2023, 10.30am – 12.30pm, Option b: Saturday February 24th 2024, 10.30am – 12.30pm