Take your work up a notch by adding more interesting and visually appealing design elements. Spend an intense day making 90 COE stringers, canes, pattern bars, millifiori and lots and lots of hot parts to take home and use in future projects. We will have the vitragraph kiln running all day to pull all sorts custom design elements plus the Murphy Fire Bucket will be roaring along as you make all kinds of fancy components that will last you for months and months. $80.
Class Size: Limited to 5 students
Price includes – Materials and beverages
Wednesday – May 2nd 2015 – 9:30am – 4:00pm – $80
Bring: A sack lunch, gloves, a pre-cut (but not fused) pattern bar. I will send you details and dimensions when you register.
During the 42 years he has worked in art glass, Gil Reynolds has gained worldwide recognition as a leading innovator of fusing, kiln forming and other hot glass techniques. He is the author of The Fused Glass Handbook, a step-by-step guide to learning the art of fusing and his newest book – Kiln Crafting is proving to be an instant hit. He has been widely published in such art glass journals as “Glass Art Magazine,” “Professional Stained Glass,” “Stained Glass Patterns Quarterly,” The Corning Museum of Glass “New Glass Review 7” and he has been writing the “Kiln Crafting” column for Stained Glass News since 1992.
Gil has lectured extensively in the U.S. and has conducted kiln forming and Fire Bucket seminars in Japan, The Netherlands, Canada and Italy. The artwork of Gil Reynolds can be found in numerous private and public collections, including Ohbayahsi-Gumi, Ltd., Tokyo Japan; A.Pfann, Hilversum Holland and “Percent for Art” commissions for Oregon and Washington states.