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Saturday
05
MAY

2-day Dichroic Glass Pendant Class with Lynn Haust

10:30
16:00

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Learn to make your own Dichroic Glass Pendants at the Meredith Fine Craft Gallery during this 2-Day Class with League-juried artist, Lynn Haust, on Saturday, May 5, 2018 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM and Sunday, May 6, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Come and find out why melting glass is so fun and addictive in this fast paced class that will give you a chance to explore kiln fired glass and many of the techniques that make melting glass so exciting!

In this 2-day class, you will be using Bullseye glass to create several glass pendants.

Day 1: Students will be using clear and black dichroic glass as a base and then layering colored dichroic glass over to create sparkle and depth. We will cut and assemble 2 pieces of glass that will be full fused into large squares.

Day 2: In the second class students will cut and shape your full fused glass into pendants, using a variety of cold working techniques. You will gain cold working experience by using different equipment to achieve the desired pendant shapes. The cold working equipment includes: Grinder, flat lap grinder, glass band saw and drill press. Before firing a second time to fire polish your work, we will add fine silver to create a way to hang your pendant.

Your pendants will be fired and annealed off-site and you will be notified when they are available for pick up within a few days after the class.

Tuition is $115.00 per student and includes all glass materials and several silver chains.

Beginners and advanced students, age 12 and up, are welcome to participate.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

To register or inquire about the class, call us at (603) 279-7920 or stop into the gallery at 279 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH.

For more details, visit our website at http://meredith.nhcrafts.org/glass/ and our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/nhcraft/