Master Classes, Weekend Workshops and Technique Classes


A masterclass will allow you the time to develop your voice through the development of a technique or techniques. It is an intensive period of focused self development.

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During this 5 day course we will examine how to permanently place imagery onto glass using screen print, ceramic decals and sand carving.

Prior to the course you will send me images, which I will have made into ceramic decals for you to use during the course. you will also develop your own silk screen with imagery to print with during the week. The techniques we will cover will include box casting and open face casting with imagery. You will take home numerous samples and information on how to continue to develop your own skills at home.

Lunch and refreshments provided. Class numbers limited to 4 persons, £600

9.30-4.30pm, Monday-Friday, 2nd-6th April 2018

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These workshops allow you to develop your ideas through learning and experimenting with a specific technique. To begin with you will concentrate on research, testing and production and on the final day (the following Saturday) is normally about divesting and cold working the finished items.

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Lost Wax Casting Workshops

In this weekend workshop you will create a piece of three dimensional cast glass. On the first day you will make a shape with wax which you wish to recreate in glass. During the next day we will cast up and steam out the wax and prepare the mould for firing. On the third day, after firing, the mould will be broken away (divested) and you will have time to cold work your piece. Each stage of this process will be discussed and explained. Some experience with glass would be preferable, though not essential.

Lunch and refreshments provided each day. Class numbers limited to 4 persons. £300

10-4pm, Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th September and Saturday 23rd September


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Pate de verre Day

This one day course is suitable for those with no experience of glass making techniques or for those who have maybe taken a taster session and want to grow their knowledge. During the day long course you will learn to build your own mould, design and pack a vessel and make a flat piece of pate de verre. We will discuss how to fire these pieces and the following Saturday you will divest (remove the plaster) and cold work (finish) your piece if necessary.

Lunch and light refreshments provided. Class numbers limited to 6, £100

10-4pm, Saturday 25th November

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