Fused Glass Spoon Rest

CLASS ID: 4R23 This class is cancelled.
Date/Time: Saturday, October 21, 10:00AM – 4:00PM

Kim Bakken-Parr and Lee Parr
In this class students will be making two different shaped spoon rests, one rectangular (approximately 3.5” by 8”), and the other circular (5.5” diameter). You will create your design based on the color and types of glass you want to use. You can select from a variety of colors and forms such as sheet glass, stringer, frit, confetti, and powder. During the creation process you will have the opportunity to use glass saws and grinders. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but not necessary. You will be called to pick up your pieces after kiln firing is complete. All students should wear long pants and close-toed shoes. Long hair need to be pulled back and put into a binder. All tools are provided, just bring a lunch.

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Mandala Necklace

CLASS ID: 4R26
Date/Time: Saturday, October 21, 1:00PM – 3:00PM

Sue Swanson
This necklace is made of size 11 seed beads and 4mm Swarovski crystals. It is made from the center outward with a geometrical bead weaving stitch using needle and thread. It is a delicate pendant that will make a lovely fashion accessory. All supplies will be provided for a $12 fee.

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Fused Glass Plates

CLASS ID: 4R24 This class is cancelled.
Date/Time: Sunday, October 22, 10:00AM – 2:00PM

Kim Bakken-Parr and Lee Parr
Learn glass fusing and slumping techniques by creating a 7” round plate. Glass safety and information about the different types of glass and COE will be covered in the class. Select from a variety of color and forms of glass for your plate. During the creation process you will have the opportunity to use glass saws and grinders. Glass cutting experience is helpful, but not necessary. Long hair needs to be pulled back, and long pants and close-toed shoes are required. After the piece is designed, it is then fired in a kiln by the instructors; you will be called to pick up your pieces after kiln firing is completed.

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Dancer Wall Piece

CLASS ID: 4R37
Date/Time: Tuesday, November 7, 9:00AM – 3:00PM

Tressa Sularz
Learn how to twine this wall piece that dances on the wall. OK, not really dancing on the wall, but when hanging on the wall it looks like a dancer. This is a fun project, and will help you with other twining projects. Glass beads are woven into this structure make it look like a fancy dancer. This is a fun class, and for those twiners you’ll be inspired to create in a new way. This class is open to all levels experience. Some twining experience is helpful.

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