Glass Fusing Jewelry

Glass Fusing Jewelry: Pendants, Bracelets and Pins
1 session • 3 hours

Create gorgeous, one-of-a-kind pendants, wine bottle stoppers, bracelets, and pins for yourself or as gifts for family and friends. Using fusible glass, dichroic glass, frit, and mosaic pieces, learn the basics of fusing, find out how to cut and grind glass, and then clean and assemble pieces. Create multiple unique, stunning works of art during this three hour session. We then fuse them in a kiln and make them available for pick up the following week. Tools & materials are included.

Instructor: Pat Stein has been working with glass for more than 15 years and has created many commissioned pieces. Pat started her career by participating in stained glass classes at a local college and began working with stained glass. After attending an expo in Allentown, Pennsylvania, she found a new love and passion for glass – FUSING. To further her knowledge and skill set in fusing, she attended a fused glass symposium in Corning, New York in 2007. In 2012, Pat began working heavily in mosaics and has added classes in mosaic mirrors, as well as garden mosaic art using both glass and tile. Pat has also been a guest artist at The Baltimore Museum of Art and is a recurring guest mosaic artist at The Loading Dock in Baltimore as a teacher for DIY classes in tile mosaics. Check out her Facebook Page – Pat Stein Glass Art – to see some of Pat’s work as well as her students’ creations.

Glass Fusing Jewelry: Pendants, Bracelets and Pins
ACR326 • 5-digit: 18517
Saturday • 11/9 • 9:00 AM-12:00 PM
Visual/Performing Arts Center (F Building) • Room F118
Fee: $74


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