Saturday, March 28 to Sunday, March 29, 2020
Instructor: Brad Walker
Who says glass wants to be two layers thick? Not this class!
We'll learn how to take thick pieces and make them thin in the heat of the kiln. How thin? Thinner than a nickel, even thinner than a dime.
And even more, smooshing pieces helps you create patterns and effects that aren't possible with ordinary full fuse firings. Reactions get more vivid and pieces flow in unexpected ways.
This workshop starts with basic smooshing principles, then continues with much more elaborate designs made from pattern bar slices and thick slabs. You'll learn it all, from construction to layout to firing in the kiln.
Experience with basic glass cutting and fusing techniques required. All materials will be provided.
Two days Price: $295
10:00 to 4:30 first days 10:00 to 3:00 last day