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Intermediate Stained Glass

Intermediate Stained Glass

Duration: 2 days

Price: £260

Run by: Jennifer Barker
at Cheshire School of Glass

Bradley Farm
Bradley Lane
Frodsham
Cheshire
WA6 7EP

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About the Course

This course is the next stage along from our introduction to stained glass course designed for anyone who can create lead-light but is keen to learn more techniques and extend their skill set.

On this course students will explore more techniques to further their ability to create bespoke lead-lights. This course is led by Steph Brown who will guide you through the design process and then teach you to create imagery on the glass using sandblast techniques, silver-staining, vitreous enamel painting and sgraffito using the kiln. On day two you will lead up your decorated surface imagery on glass to create your finished panel. A rewarding and insightful course led by an enthusiastic expert in her field.

A maximum of four students

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Use of our fully equipped glass studio
All the tools and materials you need
Access to our extensive glass art and design library
Refreshments throughout and lunch
Course notes to take away
Kiln firing of your work



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Course Start Dates

Saturday 8th June 2019

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