Fused Glass Flower Project Class

Normally when people give glasses, they keep to a common subject i.e., ornaments, dishes, casting, etc. But not me, wait until you see all of the things my students made in this fused glass class. As always, I like to show my setup for the students, including their supplies e.g., vitrigraph, opaque glass, transparent, murrine, millefiori, cane, and so much more.

As always, I had the liability forms (remember glass cuts) free fused glass pendants as their free gift.

Here are pictures of my studio, I’ve been trying to get it better organized.

Here are pictures of my finished room (top 3 photos), finished room (middle 4 photos), and gallery area (last 8 photos).

I gave them several options of fused glass flower projects (first photo). I also showed them several other fused glass class options.

With three students creating different fused glass projects here are some pictures. First Laurie, who scheduled the class, and she made two night-lights.

Then Cathy, she left both of her pieces as just art pieces so I gave her little stands so she could display them.

Joy did a wonderful job, so creative. She made one into a nightlight and another into a votive.

BTW, Joy came back and chose to buy several Fused Glass pocket hearts. Aren’t they beautiful!!

I love scheduling classes with friends and family, people are more patient, and I think they have a lot of fun. Please let me know (elegantfusedglass@gmail.com) if you have any questions or would like to have a private fused glass class all you need is 3 people to create a class (maximum of 5). Here are a couple of group pictures.

If you would like to see more of my fused glass work, please refer to my website Elegant Fused Glass by Karen. If you get a chance, check out all my site and my Elegant Fused Glass by Karen YouTube. If you would like to stay abreast of what I’m up-to check out our newsletter. If you’d like to take a class, please check out the information on my site about my classes.  It is published the last day of each month.

Keeping my kilns warm,


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