Retro Warp Plate

Glass Arts

Retro Warp Plate

Learn straight and curved glass cutting and create an eight-inch square plate.

 

Tuition Assistance and Other Policies

Meeting Times
  1. Tue, 8/29/2023 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Tue, 8/29/2023

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Type:
No Prerequisite, Class, Try It

Location:
Glass Arts Studio

Interests:
Fused Glass

About

What's old is new again! Catch the wave action with this design from Spectrum Glass, a stained glass studio on Bainbridge Island. Learn straight and curved glass cutting, and how to create "pools" of special colors, also called lensing.

This is a great class for beginners as you'll be introduced to working in the Glass Studio, and for seasoned artists, who may enjoy learning a new technique. 

Materials include glass to make an eight-inch square plate. There will be extra glass for students to make snack plates during an open studio. 

Skills you will learn or practice include curved cutting and using clear glass to lens or create visual pools (creating depth).

Details

A $54 materials fee, included in the cost of the class, covers two opal sheets of glass, 1/4 sheet of clear glass, and a 9” x 9” piece of kiln paper.

Project

One eight-inch square plate.

Class Policies

  • Ages 14 and up are welcome.
  • Wear closed-toe shoes and long pants in the Glass Studio at all times.

BARN Policies

  • View BARN's Cancellation and Refund Policy.
  • Tuition Assistance is available. Fill out the application before registering.
  • BARN is committed to accessibility. We try to make accommodations when requested; the earlier you contact us, the more likely we can help. Please email accessibility@bainbridgebarn.org to find out more or request an accommodation.
  • Sensory Statement: Makerspaces like BARN can be noisy and cluttered, smell strongly, and have bright or flickering lights.

Instructors or Guides

Nancy Adams

Nancy Adams has loved everything glass since she was a young child. During the '70s, she dabbled in stained glass and discovered playing with fused glass at Mesolini Glass Studio on Bainbridge Island. She became intrigued with techniques and processes for manipulating the glass. Her 2017 retirement opened the door for the opportunity to pursue glass experimentation and to share with others what she has learned.

Jacqueline Bailey

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