Course Start DatesSaturday 29th February 2020
About the Course
Copper-foiling, sometimes referred to as the Tiffany technique, is a simple and versatile stained glass making technique. It is more ‘lightweight’ than traditional leaded stained glass and is ideal for small panels, sun-catchers, lampshades and other 3D objects.
This course is ideal for beginers and new-comers to glass. It may also be of interest to those who have worked in other glass techniques and who want to broaden their skills.
On this one day introductory course students will complete a hanging sun-catcher to take home.
The course will cover all the basic aspects of copper-foiling including:
-glass cutting to a simple pattern
-application of the copper-foil
Jude is a very experienced and highly motivated tutor seeking to bring out the very best in every student.
She has taught and tutored scores of students over her career, including teaching the City & Guilds Stained Glass Course at Lambeth College. Several of her former students and trainees have gone on to establish their own stained glass studios.
All courses are held in Jude’s studio in Vanguard Court, a cobble-stoned inner-city oasis and home to a thriving community of dedicated, professional artists and creatives.
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What's included in the price?
All materials included and tools provided.
Tea, coffee & biscuits provided.
Lunch not included. Bring a packed lunch or there are numerous cafes and a Sainsbury's Local close by. There is a small garden in Vanguard Court.
Free parking all day in Vanguard Court.
Good public transport links.
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