FLAMEWORK IMPLOSION BEADS AND PENDANTS

Allison Johnson

$95.00
Join this flamework glass bead making class and spend three hours focusing on your implosion technique. Basically, this is a method of drawing dots and lines with colorful glass stringers onto glass forms and encasing the designs with clear glass. When melted just right, beautiful floral and linear patterns can emerge. Once you are satisfied with the design, you can work on shaping your pendant form and making a bail for it to hang from. The best thing about making implosions is the fun process of the glass taking form in seemingly magical and unexpected ways. Plan to pick up your work on a later day so that it has time to anneal and cool slowly. Must have prior flamework experience.

Supplies: Soft Glass Rods Personal Flamework Glass Working Tools and Didymium Lenses, but we have them on hand that you may use
Location: Kavanagh Building, Glass studioo
Days: Wednesday: October 2; 6pm - 9pm ;
Class ID: 219333120
Class Price: $70 (check your monthly e-newsletter for membership discount codes)
Materials Fee: $25 (materials fee was changed after the book was published)
Regular price $95.00
Join this flamework glass bead making class and spend three hours focusing on your implosion technique. Basically, this is a method of drawing dots and lines with colorful glass stringers onto glass forms and encasing the designs with clear glass. When melted just right, beautiful floral and linear patterns can emerge. Once you are satisfied with the design, you can work on shaping your pendant form and making a bail for it to hang from. The best thing about making implosions is the fun process of the glass taking form in seemingly magical and unexpected ways. Plan to pick up your work on a later day so that it has time to anneal and cool slowly. Must have prior flamework experience.

Supplies: Soft Glass Rods Personal Flamework Glass Working Tools and Didymium Lenses, but we have them on hand that you may use
Location: Kavanagh Building, Glass studioo
Days: Wednesday: October 2; 6pm - 9pm ;
Class ID: 219333120
Class Price: $70 (check your monthly e-newsletter for membership discount codes)
Materials Fee: $25 (materials fee was changed after the book was published)