Kilnformed Pattern Bars, Portland, April 20-23, 2018

Kilnformed Pattern Bars, Portland, April 20-23, 2018
$400.00

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Learn to use glass flow and multiple firings to break away from the flatness of sheet glass and into the realm of dimensional, organic patterning.

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The pattern bar is a special method that allows for creating unique and complex designs in kilnformed glass. In this workshop, you will learn to use glass flow and multiple firings to break away from the flatness of sheet glass and into the realm of dimensional, organic patterning. You will design and make pattern bars, cut them with a wet tile saw, fuse them into blanks, and do some basic coldworking. You will ultimately leave class with three unique plates. Prerequisites: Basic glass cutting skills and kilnforming experience.

Recent students comments

  • "This class opens up lots of different ways to 'play' and be creative!"
  • "Very inspirational! You learn so much about the properties of glass flow."
  • "I have taken a lot of Bullseye classes and this one introduced me to so many new ways to look at glass."

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Portland / Matthew Ellis / April 20-23, 2018 (CL0203-0021) / Friday-Sunday 10am-4pm, Monday Noon-1:30pm / 8 Students / $400

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SKU CL0203-0021
Title Kilnformed Pattern Bars
Topic Kilnforming
Location Portland
Instructor Matthew Ellis