Workshop with J. Kenneth Leap

Monday Jun 29, 2015


1 SPACE LEFT

July 20 - 24 @ Bryn Athyn College

Explore the art of mixing, applying, and firing glass-based paints, enamels, and stains. While the primary focus of the class is painting on the two-dimensional surface as it relates to stained glass, participants also learn fusing techniques that can be adapted to glass tile-making, jewelry, and mosaic projects. A variety of traditional and experimental techniques will be covered. Participants complete a stained glass panel, which is assembled using lead came, the original material used to construct stained glass windows. Prior glass experience is not required. Returning students may use the studio time to create a more advanced project of their choice.

Classes meet 9-5. On site housing available. Includes special tours of Glencairn Museum's collection of medieval glass and the glass cache at Bryn Athyn Cathedral.

INFO: http://www.brynathyn.edu/academics/workshops/
REGISTER:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stained-glass-with-j-kenneth-leap-tickets-15472812599


Workshop with Ellen Mandelbaum

Monday Jun 29, 2015

Classes Forming:

Painting and Kiln- Forming with Freedom

August 24-28 Ithaca, NY with Tony Serviente at Serviente Glass Studios


Private and small classes in my Long Island City Studio, NYC

September 18,19, 20

October 16, 17, 18

November 13, 14, 15

ELLEN MANDELBAUM GLASS ART
39-49 46 Street, Sunnyside, NY 11104          
(718) 361-8154
(917) 324 3292
www.ellenmandelbaum.com
ellen@ellenmandelbaum.com
New work by Joseph Cavalieri

Sunday Jun 28, 2015

Joseph wasn't able to make our recent conference in DC but you can see some of his new work on his website: http://www.cavaglass.com/. Joseph's BLOG features helpful advice on his process with details for screen printing on glass.

Narcissus Quagliata's new work in Mexico City

Monday Mar 23, 2015



Narcissus Quagliata's new work, A Planet of Prisoners, is showing
March 23rd - April 22nd in Mexico City, Mexico.

His homepage is a great place to start exploring his work if you can't make it to Mexico:  http://www.narcissusquagliata.com/


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