My Extreme Fused Glass 2 Class

"Tan-Cala" Fused Glass technique
“Tan-Cala” Fused Glass technique
surface texture fused glass technique
surface texture fused glass technique
high-temp casting melt ( pot melt) fused glass technique
high-temp casting melt ( pot melt) fused glass technique








In my last blog, I told you about my first experience with a fused glass class with Tanya Veit (from AAE). I just fell in love with her personality and her incredible talent for fused glass and teaching so when she offered Extreme Fused Glass 2, I jumped at the opportunity to take that class as well.

Extreme Fused Glass 2 was an intense 3 day workshop with new EXTREME fused glass techniques. During this workshop I also met Diane (a special/talented person, artist, and friend), who I’ll mention several times in the future Blogs. Taking Extreme 2 was even more amazing than Extreme 1 and it was at AAE’s new Cape Coral Studio – a spectacular place for a spectacular studio.

Extreme Fused Glass 2 included surface textures in glass, “Tan-Cala” technique, high-temp casting melts, etc.   You may not think that sounds like a lot but trust me it is. I loved this class. Again my mind was overwhelmed with the possibilities of these fused glass techniques. We had a wonderful time and I still use and love these fused glass techniques constantly!

Sadly it was another year before I could take another actual fused glass workshop with Tanya, so I also took a Tanya webinar showcasing the Picasso & cream techniques (previous blog). I know what you are thinking “didn’t you take those in Extreme Fused Glass 1?” Yes I did and I still learned so much – that I watched it twice back to back!  I need to watch it again so I can make a few more for my upcoming Christmas shows.

Don’t forget to check out all my sites, Fused Glass by Karen, My Etsy store, my Art fire Store, my Pinterest, and my YouTube Channel.

If you have any questions please email me.


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