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Make Your Own Stained Glass Sun Catcher

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Important Notes

  • This workshop is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing.
  • Safety glasses and gloves will be provided.
  • All shoes must be closed toed – no sandals please.
  • You may bring a surgical mask if concerned with airborne particles and an apron if concerned with mess, however neither are necessary
  • Bring a bagged lunch

Saturday, March 23

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Ages 18+

$90.00 (HST included) plus $25.00 Materials Fee payable to instructor at class

Register Over-the-Phone (905-713-1818) or In-Person (no online registration)

Marvel at how light sparkles and bright colours beam through stained glass in this fun and creative introductory workshop. You will learn all of the basics of this unique artform, including how to safely cut, grind, foil, solder, patina and polish to create your own striking 5-6 piece sun catcher. Each student will be given the choice of a simple bird design to complete while exploring the unique properties of glass with its many textures and colours. All tools and materials provided upon payment of Materials Fee to instructor at workshop. This workshop is not recommended for women who are pregnant or nursing. Safety glasses and gloves will be provided. All shoes must be closed toed – no sandals please. You may bring a surgical mask if concerned with airborne particles and an apron if concerned with mess, however neither are necessary. Bring a bagged lunch.

MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Instructor Siobhan Lynch is a multi talented artisan. She is passionate about glass and pieces that reflect her innate understanding of the interplay between glass and light. Capturing this ‘dance’ is the driving force behind her designs. By applying the discipline of the art form and playing with elements of texture, colour and pattern, she hopes that her pieces evoke specific and individual moods. Siobhan has taught courses at the Dundas Valley School of Art and is co-owner of the Kirkland Lynch Studio Gallery, an Organizing Member of the West Hamilton Artists Tour, and founding member of Artistic Group of Glass (AGOG).

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