Introduction to Glass Mosaic Jewelry: Pendants

Glass Arts

Introduction to Glass Mosaic Jewelry: Pendants

Build your glass mosaic skills and create two pendants to give as gifts or keep.

Member

$53.00 (any noted materials fee included)

Guest

$68.00 (any noted materials fee included)

Tuition Assistance and Other Policies

Meeting Times
  1. Tue, 7/23/2024 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Tue, 7/23/2024

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Type:
Class, No Prerequisite

Location:
Glass Arts Studio

Interests:
Glass Mosaic, Jewelry Making

About

Discover the joy of crafting stunning mosaic pendants that reflect your personal style and imagination in this beginner-friendly workshop. You'll become familiar with essential materials including glass, beads, Apoxie Sculpt, and wheeled nippers. Learn best practices for securing pieces and grouting to achieve a polished, professional look.

Project

You'll make two mosaic pendants of shapes, sizes, and colors of your choosing. 

Materials

A materials fee of $5, included in the price of the class, covers everything you need. 

Class Policies

  • Ages 14 and up are welcome.
  • Wear closed-toe shoes and long pants in the 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

Barbara Henderson

Barbara is a mosaicist with a passion for helping others express themselves through the art of mosaics. She discovered art a little later in life than lots of other people, having been distracted by corporate life, ladder climbing, and the nonsense idea that she wasn’t creative. Now her favorite thing is to watch a student realize their unique ability to produce something personal and meaningful, and to develop their own artistic vision. Her favorite saying is that “perfection can be purchased at the Dollar Store. Art and beauty are found in the unique and flawed.” She serves on a variety of boards and committees and lives in Gig Harbor with her husband and far too many dogs and chickens.

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