Glass Fusing Basics
Explore the medium of glass fusing in a small group environment, discovering the basic principles of glass cutting, compatibility, devitrification and volume control.
Play with bold colors and shapes in the configuration and construction of your own personal 3 inch x 10 inch glass design panel!
All supplies included.
Note: You will need to return to the studio at a later date to pick up your piece after it is fired in the kiln.
J Ring Glass Studio Inc.
The idea that grew into J. Ring Glass Studio began several years ago in 1972, when Joe Ring left his home in St. Paul, Minnesota to work as an apprentice for the New York City firm of Leo Popper & Sons, one of the last of the old schools of stained glass studios to offer a regimented hands-on training program in stained glass window construction. By the time Joe came back to Minnesota to start his own studio in 1975, he knew that his love of glass would become a lifelong passion. He was joined in 1977 by Susan Thrash, who became his partner, and together they built a successful commission studio in decorative art glass.
At J. Ring Glass Studio they believe that creativity begins with a solid understanding of technique. It is their objective to offer classes with the very best instruction available so that students will be introduced to new and traditional methods of glass working at the professional level. Their educational program is backed by over 30 years of experience. For more information visit http://www.jringglass.com/.