Learn how to fuse glass at the db Studio Glass Classes from August 7-10 at the Barnard Griffin Winery, 878 Tulip Lane in Richland, Washington.
About the Class
Vitigraph Dropout fused glass is glass that has been fired in a kiln at a range of fire at high temperature. These are glasses that are joined to form a single entity. Capitalizing on the ways glass can be arranged in and flows from a crucible, the students in this unique and innovative workshop will learn to create reproducible decorative canes and intricate murrini using the Vitigraph Kiln.
These elements will be fused into a blank that will be used to explore the Dropout methods of slumping glass in the kiln. Students will learn the basics of working with the Vitigraph Kiln as well as a selection of advanced methods of murine making. Each student will create one dropout vessel while learning the many variables involved in the Dropout process.
Students must attend the 4 day class.
$450 per person. The fee includes studio and class time, instructor guidance, tools and the glass allocation that the student will need for this project.
For more information go to db Studio's website.Posted by Colleen D. Lane on