Join Peggy Pettigrew Stewart for the return of her popular Verre Églomisé™ Webinar. Peggy will demonstrate her unique technique and show how it can be used to create a variety of stunning glass creations from jewelry to tabletops and furniture. This Webinar includes something for everyone! Don't miss this opportunity!
Master cold working artist and teacher, Kent Lauer returns to teach you how to create your own Faceted Dichroic Glass Pendant. Learn Kent's astounding techniques for cold working glass, right in your own studio or home! No travel required!
Lisa Vogt returns to start the New Year off with her popular Webinar, Upscale Fusing. Join her as she demonstrates how to tastefully blend various cutting-edge techniques to add dimension and volume to your work. Don't miss this opportunity!
Gil Reynolds returns with his popular Webinar, Mold Making Magic. During this fast paced Webinar, Gil will show you how to use common objects to cast kiln-suitable slumping and bending molds, four ways to shape glass in a kiln and choosing the best mold material for any project. This class is open to all but will be fast paced and high intensity! Don't miss this opportunity!
Margot Clark and Dr. Saulius Jankauskas return with their popular Layering Techniques Webinar. Learn how to add layers of shading to your artwork using enamels without having to fire between each layer of color. Don't miss this opportunity!
Dennis Brady returns to revisit his popular Screen Melt Webinar. Join him as he shows you how to create spectacular glass art from your scraps. Learn how the swirling molten glass forms incredibly intricate patterns. Don't miss this opportunity!
Milon Townsend returns bringing his wealth of knowledge to show you how to add dichroic to your artwork without burning it out. Milon will discuss using dichroic coated rods to bring out the background colors in implosion pendants and paperweights and how to make shimmering, sparkling dichroic cane that sets your work on fire! Don't miss this opportunity!
Lisa Vogt challenges you to ramp up the visual intricacy of your glass art! Join her as she demonstrates how to add frit to achieve gradient blends and subtle shading to your works of art. The result? Sophisticated, striking glass fusing projects. Don't miss this opportunity!
Join Joe Porcelli as he returns with his Tale of Two Techniques Webinar. Joe, with the help of Tommy Giambusso, demonstrates how to create a stained glass window using both the copper foil and traditional lead came method. This is a perfect introduction to stained glass as well as a great refresher course. Don't miss this opportunity!
Bring your floral beads to life during this Webinar with glass artist and instructor, Corina Tettinger. Corina will show how to add fun, fancy stamens to your floral beads, creating an exquisite and elegant bead. Don't miss this opportunity! No travel required!
Harish Dewani's lecture introduces his realistic sandblasting technique. Using hand cut vinyl stencils and aluminum oxide powder as his mediums for sandblasting, Harish creates phenomenally etched panels featuring portraits of people and animals.
Joe Porceilli returns with his popular Cutting Class Webinar. Learn to cut glass like a pro with Joe's step-by-step instruction. He will cover everything from choosing the right glass cutter to working with different types of art glass. Don't miss this opportunity!
Cathy Claycomb returns with her highly demanded Webinar, Working with Solderfields! In her challenge for you to learn something different, Cathy demonstrates how to create a high profile "solderfield" with decorative, sculptured solder on which to design a contemporary work. From patina techniques to adding shaped headglass, Cathy will guide you step-by-step in creating a dramatic, beautiful piece. Don't miss this opportunity!
Gil Reynolds is back this popular, fast paced Webinar! Gil will show you the ancient technique of pattern bars and his signature variation, the Flow Bar. You will learn all you need to know to make exciting Flow Bars from basic set up to firing schedules. Don't miss this opportunity!
Want to take your fusing and slumping of glass to the next level? Gil Reynolds invites you to his lecture where he gives you the information you need to do just that. He covers the four ways to change the shape of glass in a kiln, firing schedules and analyzing different mold materials all in one entertaining hour!
Glass Patterns Quarterly and Glass Art magazines are pleased to introduce the Master Glass Artisan Lecture Series™. These one-hour lectures will provide professional PowerPoint demonstrations similar to those seen at glass conferences. They will also include a “live chat” format like the one used in our Glass Expert Webinars™ that allows the artist to answer real questions from actual participants.