Last weekends intro to fusing class was a big group, so big we can’t fit them all in one photo and see the detail too well…so here’s a sampling….beautiful and fun!
Archive | March, 2018
Lamp bases have come in, and about half the lamps from a class two weeks ago are complete. Why the delay? Each takes one full fuse firing, alone in the kin, then two slumps, also just one lamp per load. They are SO beautiful, and we can’t wait to drill them all and get them […]
It’s been a pink week at the studio! From intro students to open studio to us….it’s time for spring!
In April, we will begin a monthly class for homeschoolers! Combining art and science, for ages 8-12, we will talk about glass, colors, reflectivity, and kilns. April and May dates are listed on the website, celebrationartglass.com, and parents and siblings are welcome to join in too! Please help us spread the word to any DC […]
Lamps from last weekends Fused Glass Lamp class are ready for the kilns. We always think they look like lovely pizzas before they are fired. Wonderful work, everyone!
So different, so beautiful….and from an intro course! Nice job, ladies!
Another trial run of merging two techniques – glass paint and painting with frit! Coming very soon to our project class offerings, as we design patterns, sizes, and decide on background glass. We are super excited for this one, folks, so get ready for something totally new!
A couple came to our Fused Glass Basics class and covered the earth, nearby, and a view of earth from the moon….exceptionally well! Congrats on your visions becoming reality — earth from the moon, and our cherry blossoms at the tidal basin.
Saturday night brought Leanne and 15 of her friends for a fun, creative, best wine and food ever, bridal shower! Everyone made their own project, and then they all contributed to a larger bowl for Leanne. Did we mention the wine and food? Epic!
What a pleasure to open a kiln full of adorable little bowls!