Basic Kilnformed Pattern Bars

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The pattern bar is a special method that allows for creating unique and complex designs in kilnformed glass. In this workshop, you will learn to use glass flow and multiple firings to break away from the flatness of sheet glass and into the realm of dimensional, organic patterning. You will design and make pattern bars, cut them up on the wet saw, fuse them into blanks, do some basic coldworking, and ultimately leave the class with three unique finished plates. Prerequisites: Basic glass cutting skills and kilnforming experience.

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Santa Fe / Erik Whittemore / February 15–18 (CLS203-0005) / Friday-Sunday 10am-4pm, Monday Noon-1:30pm / 8 students / $325

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