Workshops: Advanced Techniques
Workshops focus on advanced glass cutting techniques, building on the knowledge introduced in a Sip N’ Fuse class. Each workshop is designed with a specific technique or design to help you advance your glass-working knowledge. Participation in at least one Sip N’ Fuse class is required for workshop attendance.
Garden Stakes Workshop
Label your garden with your very own garden stakes! Learn techniques to create your favorite vegetables, herbs or flowers on a narrow base. We will have glass paint available if you wish to write the names on your stakes.
THREE dates available: Tuesday, March 12th, 7 - 9pm OR Tuesday, March 19th, 7 - 9pm OR Saturday, March 23rd, 7 - 9pm
Introducing Depth Workshops
Two-part workshops in which you create a single design on two separate pieces of glass, creating a unique depth to your art.
In the first class you will create your background, or the image that is furthest away from your point of view. In the second class, you’ll create the foreground, or the scene/image closest to you, on another clear base piece, taking into consideration the design on your first piece.
Prerequisite: Participation in a Sip N’ Fuse class with Instruction is required prior to attending a Depth Workshop.
Included base shape options: Tray, large square, large round (black, white and clear options)
Exclusively for these workshops, we’re making special sized base pieces, available as upgrades. Cost: $60
9 x 13 glass for a horizontal scene (slumped in an arch to freestand)
12” round (garden art or table stand available in addition)
You choose to put the Seattle Skyline in the background or the foreground of your design. Maybe you put a ferry and the Great Wheel in front. Or our iconic skyline may sit in front of the Olympics or Cascades. Just some ideas.
When: April 3rd AND 10th, 6 - 9pm
Register HERE for your seat in this workshop.
A quick note about ornaments: Your ornament punchcard does not have an expiration date. We have ornament base pieces available year-round for you to create. Ornament Workshops will return October 2019.