Glass Fusion - Berwyn 50th Avenue Workshop

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Glass Fusion

Glass Fusion is the process of taking separate colorful pieces of fusible and compatible art glass, layering them  on one another into a design,  and then "fusing" or melting them in a kiln into one piece.  The finished glass can then be left as a panel as an art piece or refired using molds to create a vast  variety of shaped objects both useful and decorative.

The glass is available in many colors and patterns so that the option of design and final product are endless.  Join us for some "Glass Therapy" by creating something beautiful and unexpected! And it’s so easy, you don’t have to be an artist!

Make bowls, plates, platters, tiles, clocks, coasters, chimes, Christmas ornaments, patio lanterns, sculptures, jewellery, window decor, wall art, treasure boxes, glass blocks, bird feeders, garden art, and many other items for yourself as well as wonderful  unique wedding, anniversary, and birthday gifts for others.

Phone: 780-618-6282  or 780-338-3990  

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Glass 101: is the standard introduction to glass fusion and is the prerequisite to projects that require glass cutting. Glass 101 will include glass safety, glass properties, use of tools, learning to cut glass and the making of your first project. Glass 101 can be taken individually or in a group, and will be booked around your schedule.  Need to be 18 or older.

Studio Time:  Once you have Glass 101 under your belt, you can go on to create your very own masterpiece! We provide all the tools and supplies as well as the technical advice to produce your "only one in the world" piece.  We have a great selection of colors, molds and glass accents.

Group Lessons: If you have a group of people who would like to explore this medium, we will schedule a group lesson. It’s fun to work within a group and  bounce ideas off each other!

Kids: Individual and group workshops are available to kids 6 years and older. They do not learn to cut the glass but will work with the glass in other forms, such as prefused glass and frit, to create their projects.

Cost:  The cost includes the use of tools, studio time, firings, and of course, the size and type of glass. We keep it all at very reasonable rates.

Gift Certificates: Available for Glass 101 as well as a dollar value.

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