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Jennifer Walkovich- "Stamping on Morton???" The Complete Experience Sept 8 & 9th
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Jennifer Walkovich- "Stamping on Morton???" The Complete Experience  Sept 8 & 9th
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Guest Artist... Jennifer Walkovich 

Stamping on Morton???

Friday and Saturday, September 8th & 9th 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

No, we were not confused when we named this package deal! Join Jennifer for a class that has been custom tailored just for the Designs by Ja9 Studio. This moderately paced class will cover the majority of information that is generally covered in two classes held over three days. We will make sure there is plenty of time to cover all the information necessary for you to feel comfortable with both techniques.

 Day One AM: 

Students will learn how to apply graphc images onto glass using powdered enamels, Stamping Medium and rubber stamps. This class will cover the proper techniques for mixing and transferring the enamel from the palette to the glass. To further embellish the pieces, students will learn how to apply mica powder over the stamped images. Students will create multiple stamped pieces (2"x6" and 2”x4” approximately) that will be fired and incorporated into their class project and/or future projects. Information on using low and high fire enamels and firing schedules will be discussed in class.

 Day One PM: 

Students will learn all the skills necessary for precise cutting using the Morton Portable Glass Shop. A brief portion of class will be dedicated to a discussion on cutting tools available and proper cutting technique, as well as how to easily cut a perfect circle (time permitting). Students will learn how to set up the MPGS for cutting strips, geometric shapes, angles, and how to quickly cut diamonds and triangles from strips and squares.

 Day Two: 

Students will learn additional specialty measuring skills and review information from the previous day that will be helpful in creating their finished large mosaic bowl. COE 96 will be used in class. Each member of the class will create a large bowl approximately 11” square.

Students need to bring: Glass cutter, safety glasses, running pliers, miscellaneous other favorite hand tools, apron and a NIOSH approved particulate mask (for use with powdered enamels and micas). Masks will be available for purchase in class if needed for $4.


*Optional: Students may choose to bring ‘accent glass’ to class for use in their final project. ’Accent glass’ being Opal Art, Spirit, Whispy, and dichroic. All glass used in class will be COE 96.

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