Special Effects in Kiln-Glass

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Bullseye glasses are made with a variety of basic chemistries. When some of our glasses are combined with one another or with certain metal foils, the chemistries interact and produce special effects. Reactive effects can range from subtle to dramatic and can prove quite versatile in art and design. Learn more about the basic chemistries behind these effects and how to harness (or prevent) them to enhance your work. In this class you will study an extensive collection of samples and finished works and will make your own samples, using many forms of glass and foils. Prerequisites: Basic glass cutting skills and kilnforming experience.

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Santa Fe / Erik Whittemore / December 14–15 (CLS202-0003) / Friday 10am–5pm, Saturday Noon–2pm / 10 students / $165

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Santa Fe
December 14–15 (CLS202-0003)

Bay Area

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