Saturday, March 13, 2021, 9am-5pm.
Cathy Claycomb, Master Instructor.
Due to Cathy’s recent work featured in several national magazines, students have requested new patterns that interact on 2 pieces of glass. Students will develop amazing detail not possible with traditionally cut stained glass. Once thought of as incidental decoration, learn how to make copper foil overlay the main focus of your work. Execute 2 matching panels of glass placed front to back, with very fine detail and add solder “sculpture” to create unparalleled depth. Signature works are executed on “head glass” and are displayed in fine art galleries and private collections across the globe. This class will dispel every rule about working directly on the glass, heat fracture, design mass, adhesion and more! Work a stained glass masterpiece without cutting glass!
Student must bring: 50/50 solder (available for purchase in class as well), ball point pen other than black, T-shirt rags, Burnisher (available for puchase in class as well, and an Exacto knife with extra #11 blades.
Glass specific to this project will be available to purchase during class.
Visiting from out of town for this workshop? We have worked out special rates with a nearby Best Western Inn & Suites, located 7.5 miles away. It has been renovated with new rooms and beds, and is very clean. You'll enjoy it! Here is a link with out discounted rates: