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Tuesday, August 18, 2015
|Madonna & Prada by Joseph Cavalier|
(well to be specific it is in Mt Rainier, MD) from September 5-7.
The class covers modern painting on glass techniques including atomizing, silk-screening,
and painting using a crow quill pen, which is very much like lettering.
Three days for $500. Please look at this link for more details and how to register.
216 East 7th Street, apt no.10
Sunday, August 16, 2015
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Glass Painting for the Artist
5-Day Intensive - Apr 18-22, 2016Cost: $875.00
Willet Hauser Architectural Glass
1685 Wilkie Drive
Winona, MN 55987
t: (800) 533-3960 ext 742
Instructors: Kathy Jordan and Melissa Janda share forty years of combined glass painting experience with their students. A unique opportunity with an emphasis on Core Foundational Skills and Production Painting for the studio and independent artist. The curriculum will include:
Daily demonstrations and tours are planned throughout the week.
Both the American Glass Guild and the Stained Glass Association of America offer educational scholarships for the study of stained glass painting and have generously supported Kathy Jordan’s workshops in the past.
More info: http://www.willethauser.com/glass-painting-intensive
Sunday, July 5, 2015
Looking for some web surfing during the sunny summer months, my pick is to explore stained glass sundials from ancient to modern times on this website: http://www.advanceassociates.com/Sundials/Stained_Glass/
The "Image archive" documents historic examples and there is also a link to design and construction when you're ready to build one for yourself.
Monday, June 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.