Stained Glass I Intensive Weekend

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In this 3-day workshop, students create their own beautiful and original stained glass pieces. Students learn the skills to cut patterns and glass, and assemble and solder- using either the copper foil or lead channel method. Each student creates a stained glass panel 8” x 10” with 8 to10 pieces of cut glass. In the second project students are encouraged to design an original composition (with help from the instructor). Discussions on technique, history as well as cementing, rebaring, glazing and the disparity between opalescent and transparent materials. Students can choose from a wide variety of our studio glass.

All materials are included. No prerequisite.

This is also offered as private workshop! Contact info@chicagomosaicschool.com for more information.

 

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Additional Information

Date Time Teacher

[Fri-Sun, 11/16-11/18, 2018] [9am-5pm] VAN LOON – C7061, [Fri-Sun, 4/27-4/29, 2018] [9am-5pm] VAN LOON – C7018

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Dates
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Time
Teacher
04/27 - 04/29
Fri-Sun
9am-5pm
VAN LOON
11/16 - 11/18
Fri-Sun
9am-5pm
VAN LOON

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