Class 1 Sticks and Stones Class

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Let’s learn something different! Combine non-traditional glass objects to fabricate ultra contemporary panels. Learn to work with Kokomo rondels, found items or head glass. Simple tips on fabrication platforms allow you to combine items of irregular thickness into panels of unlimited size. Use luxurious add-ons to create “upholstered glass”. Use common materials to produce “bronze” reinforcement that allows open-ended design and dramatic dimension. After this class you may never make a flat glass panel again! This is not your mother’s idea of stained glass!

ALL SKILL LEVELS. See other examples on website. www.cathyclaycombart.com

Supplied:
Kokomo Opalescent glass (flat sheets)
Canfield solder samples
Venture Tape sheet copper foil and tape
Classic 100 Gel Flux
Additional decorative items
Hakko FX-601 soldering iron for classroom use

Student must bring; Glass cutting tools (I have several sets to borrow), Black or Silver Sharpee marker, a handful of pennies, 50/50 solder
vinyl glove, T-shirt rag

Because a variety of project variations will be presented, a selection of items will be offered for sale during class from which to choose to create a work involving upholstered glass items, hand selected headglass, or custom-made rondels. That selection ranges from $$1.50 to $50 per item.

Debi Bliss
February 26th, 2015 at 11:21 pm

Cathy,
Do you have dates and fees for the two classes? Thanks!!!

March 13th, 2015 at 7:56 pm

Debi-

Sorry I missed your post. I will be happy to offer a two class price. Please check my upcoming classes on Facebook!
Best regards,
Cathy Claycomb

Sue Clay
March 20th, 2015 at 4:10 pm

I want to take one of your sticks and stones classes. I am not on Facebook. Could you let me know the upcoming classes. Thanks

February 4th, 2016 at 2:37 am

Sue- Sticks and Stones is being presented as a Live Webinar on February 25, 2016. Please contact Glasspatternsquarterly.com Sticks and Gemstones is being offered in Georgetown, KY on March 13. Please call 502 863 2538. Check my class schedule for more details, it has just been refreshed. If you care to share your email. I will add your name to the email blasts for my local classes. Best regards, Cathy

Cathy Claycomb's Fine Art Glass by Cathy Claycomb