Working with Micas and Irids

The metallic shine of micas and iridization exist as the thinnest of layers on the glass surface - and that's the magic.

This class will teach you a variety of ways of working with micas - including air brushing, mica "leather" and more. You will also learn a variety of sandblasting methods to selectively remove the material (as well as iridization) for some real palette-expanding techniques!

You'll learn about the unique "separating" properties of mica and iridized surfaces and how to use them to your advantage for fantastic effects.

Students will also learn how to create sandblasting stencils from computer or hand drawn black and white images using the "photoresist" process.

Students will take home:

Embrace your inner sparkle!

Visit the gallery to see examples of work from this class!

Includes: •  8 hours instruction & work time
•  Glass &supplies to complete class projects
•  Use of necessary tools
•  All kiln firings
•  Unlimited free "studio time" for class projects

Class Size: 10 students (max)

Tuition: $250   Includes all glass. No tools to buy.

Prerequisite: Fused Glass for Absolute Beginners (or equivalent)

Teacher: Paul Tarlow

Sessions Dates Days ♦ Times
MIC-170118Jan 18 - Feb 15, 2017Wednesdays ♦ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(Skip 2/8/2017)