Living on the Edge: Strip Bowl Project

Learn to use the thin beauty that is revealed when handmade glass (like Bullseye's) is cut and set on edge.

In this "guided project" class you'll make a complete bowl or platter (up to 20" combined length and width) from glass that is cut into strips, assembled, and coldworked.

Students will learn different design options (including options for focal "windows"), how to efficiently cut narrow strips of glass, bowl assembly, damming thick work, and finishing.

Students who take this class will receive a free copy of our popular "Build Your Own Professional Strip Cutter" ebook.

All materials and studio fees are included in the price of the class.

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

Includes: •  10 hours instruction & work time
•  Glass and supplies needed 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
ST1-170225Feb 25 - Apr 1, 2017Saturdays ♦ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(Skip 3/11/2017)
ST1-170518May 18 - Jun 15, 2017Thursdays ♦ 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
ST1-171121Nov 21 - Dec 19, 2017Tuesdays ♦ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM