Come and explore something new!

kiln-carving-glass-iridescentCome and explore an exciting new way of working with glass and create stunning effects from simple techniques!

Kiln carving is a simple kiln forming process which adds texture and relief to glass. It refers to the “carving” effect given to the glass which takes place in the kiln during firing. We will look at the materials and techniques required to create these effects along with instruction on kiln firings and precise temperature control.

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About the Tutor: Helga Watkins-Baker has an MA in glass and undertook postgraduate studies in kiln techniques for glass at Central St. Martin’s. She has worked in glass education for a number of years, and in 2010 published ‘Kiln Forming Glass’ an in-depth guide to kiln processes for glass. She is co-director of The Glass Hub.

We still have space on next weeks ‘kiln carving’ class   …Book your place now!
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