There are many forms of Glass Art. Fused Glass is one of them. The basic idea behind fused glass is melting pieces of glass together until they fuse into one piece in a kiln. This is achieved by bringing the temperature slowly up to about 1000 degrees. This may take 12 hours or more to fuse and another 10 hours to cool down slowly, which is called annealing, which makes the glass strong and durable.
This is achieved by placing a flat piece of glass over a mold and heating until it slumps or drapes over the mold. This usually takes the glass up to about 1200 degrees.
Classes are 3 hours long
All students get one-on-one with instructor
- You will need to purchase glass from me
- I have tools to use in our classroom
Sundays 9:30am to 12:30pm
New Classes Starting Soon
$35 per 3 hour class
Includes one-on-one teaching