Stained Glass & Fused Glass Beginners Classes at RDW Glass

Workshops and beginners classes in Stained Glass and Fused Glass. Wednesday evenings 6.30pm to 9.00pm. £180 (inc vat) for a 6 week course. All glass and equipment is provided. Weekend Workshops are also held on the last weekend of the month. Green City Studios, Glasgow, Scotland.
Vouchers can be bought here and used for any of the classes.

Sunday, 7 November 2010

New dates for the Stained Glass Beginners Course

New dates for the stained glass beginners course,

Start Dates

Wednesday 10th November
Wednesday 17th November.

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Fused glass and mica

Fused glass frit and gold mica. Detail. Fused glass night classes. Glasgow.
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Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Fused Glass

Fused glass night class. Fused and slumped blue glass with white frit.
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Thursday, 16 September 2010

Stained glass classes and workshops

Stained glass leaded light detail. Clear textured glass used to create a "Grisaille" window.

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Evening Class Fused Glass

Fused Glass Bowl.
Tartan inspired fused glass.
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Night Class Glasgow

Stained Glass Panel #2

Beginners stained glass class. Learn the skills and techniques to make a stained glass panel.
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Glasgow Glass Class

Beginners Stained Glass Panel #1
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Sunday, 9 May 2010

stained glass classes and workshops

Loch and mountains. Once the initial six week course is finished students can continue at the studio and work on their own projects.

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

This panel has been painted using stained glass paints and enamels. Stained glass paints are water based and once dry and fixed to the surface of the glass are kiln fired to permanently fuse into the glass.

Fused glass bowl project

Glass is crushed to form "frit" which can be made up of small chunks or fine dust. This is then poured on to form patterns in the glass prior to melting.

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Fused glass bowl

Fused glass bowl. Glass is cut to shape and layered onto a clear glass base. The piece is then kiln fired to approx 800c. The higher the temperature of the glass the flatter the glass becomes.