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Beverley Bunn Glass Art

Contact Name: Beverley Bunn

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52 Thorndale Close

Beverley Bunn Glass Art
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About Beverley Bunn Glass Art

After discovering fused glass at a craft fair in 2007, I soon became hooked! Happy to admit that I'm a complete glass addict who loves to share - my background in Engineering and Training & Development seem to give me the right combination of skills for making and teaching fused glass. Workshops are one of the 4 main strands to my business, the others being glass for domestic & commercial interiors, artwork for gallery collections and seasonal gift collections available through my on-line shop.

Beverley Bunn Glass Art's Courses

This half day advanced fusing course provides an opportunity for creating vitrigraph stringer for use in other projects. Using a specialist wall mounted vitrigraph kiln, you will pull molten glass out of the kiln and shape it as it emerges, forming your own stringer. Your haul of stringer is ready to take home the same day. Vitrigraph stringer is a versatile and exciting addition for any glass fuser. The multitude of free-form lines, curves and...
Kent - Next course on 14th September 2019
You will spend a full day learning about the fascinating art of glass fusing with Beverley, in her studio. Beverley will explain the principles behind fusing glass in a kiln to create different effects and textures, showing you examples of what's possible and helping you to design your own fused glass items. She will demonstrate the correct use of all tools and equipment and make sure everyone knows how to handle the glass safely, before...