This five-day class encompasses all aspects of making a stained glass panel, from design and production, to mounting the work in a 12″×12″ frame, lit with LED lighting. Many samples will be made in class, plus one frame and LED lights will be provided to each student to professionally display a work made in class. Techniques covered include painting, pen-and-ink drawing, air-brushing, atomizing, and silk screening. We work with non-toxic enamels that are kiln fired onto the glass surface. Cutting, copper foiling, and soldering techniques are learned as well. We will mount and light the work with a system which was developed by Cavalieri. Perfect for beginners and students that have some experience working with glass and want to expand their knowledge further.
Joseph Cavalieri is an artist and educator living in New York City. During the last ten years, Joseph has taught over 60 stained glass classes in domestic and international locations. He has attended 14 art residencies, has exhibited internationally, and has produced many private and public art commissions including a MTA Arts for Transit public art installation at the Philipse Manor Station, NY.
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