About the Course
Incorporate your own photographs on this fun Fused Glass Workshop & learn to print with one of today’s leading glass artists Deborah Moses. Studio, Est. 2004.
Glass Workshop suitable for novices & intermediates
£130 includes materials, free refreshments & our 2 course farmhouse lunch 10am - 4pm
You will create:
1 panel, bowl or vessel of your choice 25 x 25cms (we have lots of molds you can choose from)
We will guide you through the exciting process of incorporating photographs & printing in fused glass, you may use our vast library of stock images or your own so this is a fabulous opportunity for you to incorporate personal family photos, pets, holiday photos & text etc. You will also work with coloured glass, frits, stringers & sparkling miccas if you love a bit of bling! Don’t worry, we will guide you through the day and before you know it your hooked :)
No experience of working with glass is necessary.
Another fun but professional class delivered by Deborah in idyllic surroundings with fabulous lunches made with our home grown organic produce
To book a place please visit our website or contact us via the link above thank you.
Deborah works in both glass sculpture & architecture and has inherited over 30 years of experience in the field of glass also featuring on TV & radio with visitors attending workshops from the UK & overseas.
Classes are delivered professionally but fun too! Homemade cakes and lunches are all handmade on the family dairy farm adding a touch of luxury and idyllic comfort too which makes for a perfect all round experience
We look forward to hearing from you, any questions please don’t hesitate to ask.
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What's included in the price?
This craft course provider has been awarded Gold status for receiving 10 or more 5 star ratings from previous students.
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