Monday, 22 September 2014 00:00

Gil Reynolds LIVE Lecture Series

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Gil Reynolds graciously imparts his wisdom and gives you the information you need to take fusing and slumping glass to the next level in this new installment of the lecture series. This lecture will provide insight into the four ways to change the shape of glass in a kiln, looking at the different mold materials an artist can use, firing schedules for bending glass, and tips and tricks on display and presentation.  If you are serious about your kiln work, you will not want to miss this entertaining and information-packed event!

Since 1972, Gil Reynolds has gained worldwide recognition as an artist working in glass and as a leading innovator of glass fusing and kiln forming techniques.  A technical expert and a founding father of today's contemporary Kiln Formed Glass movement, he is author of "The Fused Glass Handbook" and "Kiln Crafting".  He has written over fifty Kiln Crafting columns for Stained Glass News in addition to being widely published in major glass art magazines and journals.  His work can be found in numerous private and public collections, and his lectures and seminars have taken him around the world.

Master Glass Artisan Lecture Series™ provide a great way to build interest in stained glass in your unique part of the world. Don’t miss this fabulous opportunity to learn from the glass industry’s best.

**NEW OFFER: Within a week after the Webinar, everyone who purchases the class will receive an e-mail with the link to a recorded version of the Webinar. You will have unlimited viewing of the recording AND your link never expires!

No Traveling Required! 

To Purchase the Recorded Webinar Link click here

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