The Harriet Centre, York Cemetery
Thurs 10th & Fri 11th October 2024
9am - 5pm
£342 incl. VAT £285 excl. VAT

2-Day Glass Painting & Glazing Workshop

Wolds Workshop is pleased to offer a 2- day practical taster course, which aims to introduce you to the traditional craft of painting on glass, taught by professional artist and conservator, Helen Bower.

Learning outcomes:

This class will guide students through the techniques of glass painting, using examples of medieval glass painting applications as inspiration. On the second day, students will be shown how to incorporate their kiln-fired pieces into a simple leaded framework, including soldering and cementing. At the end of the course, you will be able to take home your own stained and painted glass panel approximately 220mm X 220mm.

This course is not advisable for anyone who may be pregnant due to the use of lead-based materials.

What to bring:

Apron or old clothing
Sturdy pair of shoes
Camera for documenting your progress

Where:

The Harriet Centre, nr. The Gatehouse, York Cemetery, Cemetery Road, York. Limited parking is available.

Food and Drink:

There is a small kitchen available for use.
Tea and coffee will be provided, but please bring your own lunch.

Your tutor:

Helen Bower BA, MA, S.P.A.B. Fellow

As an experienced craftswoman Helen has been working in the field of stained glass for the last twenty years, including working on glass from medieval to modern at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, and York Minster, as well as in commercial workshops in Worcestershire, Lancashire, and Yorkshire. She has a degree in 3Dimensional Glass Design, a Masters Degree in Stained Glass Conservation and Heritage Management, and is also a Fellow of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.

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