CLASSES FROM WEISSER GLASS

     


 


Weisser Glass offers a terrific schedule of classes for beginner through professional levels. Courses are offered in stained glass, fusing and kiln forming, beadmaking, glass jewelry, paperweights, glass casting & mosaic. Our goal is to offer the highest quality of instruction in a friendly and helpful environment! New class schedules are posted about every two months.

WE ALSO TEACH PRIVATE LESSONS AND PRIVATE GROUP CLASSES! SELF-DIRECTED BENCH TIME IS ALSO AVAILABLE. CALL OR EMAIL US FOR MORE INFO.

All classes require pre-registration and payment to reserve your space.
You may register by phone at 301-571-8966
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PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM HERE

     
CLASSES
updated 5-23-17
     

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Glass Paperweights

Two-day workshop. Tuition $395.00, includes supplies and use of tools

In this exciting workshop, students will learn techniques similar to those used by glass blowers to create beautifully colored glass paperweights. Learn to gather glass on a punty from a crucible kiln, pick up color, shape and use special studio finishing techniques. Class size is limited to six students. Each student will have time to make three paperweights.

Thursday, May 4, & Friday, May 5, 10- 3:30 each day

 



 

 


Stained Glass Weekend- Lead Came

1½ day workshop. Tuition $275.00; includes use of tools and some supplies. Students purchase glass and metal.

Learn the traditional method of lead came stained glass construction in this weekend crash course. We use the same curriculum as our seven-week course, condensed into 1½ days. Patterns will be provided, and there’s no need to purchase tools! Each student will complete a leaded panel approximately 9”x12”.

Saturday, May 6, 9:30-4:30 & Sunday, May 7, 9:30-12:30

 

 


 

 


NEW DATE!
Glass Cutting with the Portable Glass Shop

One 2-hour workshop. Tuition $75.00; includes practice glass

Learn to master this extremely useful studio tool. Learn how to use the portable glass shop for strip cutting and creating quick and accurate geometric pieces of glass like squares, rectangles, diamonds and more. We will help you gain confidence and show you how this tool will save you time and money.

Sunday, May 7, 2:30- 4:30

 

 


 

 

 

Copper Foil Stained Glass for Beginners

Seven 2-hour classes. Tuition $245.00; tools and supplies extra.

Learn to build a stained glass window using the copper foil method. Everything you need to know including patterns, types of glass, glass cutting, tools, soldering and finishing are taught. Students complete a small stained glass window approximately 11” x 14. Requires homework.

Thursday evenings, 7-9, May 11, 18, 25, June 1, 8, 15, 22

 

 


 

 

 

Stained Glass- Beyond Beginner

Seven 2-hour classes. Tuition $245.00; tools and supplies extra. Previous stained glass experience required.

This class has an open curriculum allowing students to continue their exploration into stained glass under the supervision and guidance of an experienced instructor. Students might select a new project like a lamp, box, panel, or bring a project in progress. This class is a great way to learn new techniques, get a refresher, have your questions answered, or get help with more advanced projects. We can provide the instruction and extra motivation you need to get that project done!

Thursday evenings, 7-9, May 11, 18, 25, June 1, 8, 15, 22

 

 


 

 

Mother’s Day Create ‘n’ Bake   

For creatives of all ages (under 12 must be accompanied by parent).
Pre-registration and a $10.00 per person deposit are required to hold your space.

We’ve expanded on our popular Make ‘n’ Bake class providing you with more project options!  Choose from six different fusing projects; prices start at just $10.00.  We provide you with everything you need to create fused glass ornaments, suncatchers, plates, votives, bowls and coasters.  An ideal way to spend time with friends and family or just a great way to enjoy some quality hassle free time in the studio being creative. Join us at ANY TIME during the session; you are not required to be here the entire time. Build as many as you like*! Please contact shop for project pricing details. Projects will require pickup on a later date.  Pre-registration and a $10.00 per person deposit are required to hold your space in class. *Fees based on projects, see store for additional details.

Saturday, May 13, 10- 12:30

 

 


 

 

A-Round We Go: Circles and Holes in Glass

One 2½-hour class. Tuition $95.00; includes practice glass.

In this class, we will teach you the tricks to cutting circles, small and large, successfully! We’ll demonstrate the principles behind proper circle cutting, and how to overcome any problems you may be having. Students will also learn a variety of ways to create holes and openings in glass with tools like a Dremel, a drill press, and Ringsaw. You’ll get lots of hands-on practice in this class!

Saturday, May 13, 2- 4:30

 

 


 

 

NEW GUEST INSTRUCTOR CLASSES!


MARK HUFFORD RETURNS TO WEISSER GLASS!

Mark Hufford returns for three great workshops.  Mark is a fabulous and upbeat instructor; his classes are well structured, providing a great learning experience in a fun environment!

 

Floating Maple Leaf

One 3-day workshop. Tuition $695.00; includes materials for class projects, as well as a video tutorial to take home.

In this class, Mark will be teaching the Floating Maple Leaf with River Rocks as the feature project, as well as two new bonus projects, fused glass spoons and a small bowl. This is an excellent class for both beginners as well as returning students who want more practice under Mark’s guidance. Students will learn how to increase their observation skills using inspiration images in this multi-layered and multi-dimensional project.  Mark thoroughly covers his methods of creating beautiful paintings on glass using Colors For Earth enamels.  Students learn how to mix and apply the paints for firing success and will also learn about creating controlled bubbles using BubbleArt .  Also included is Mark’s popular River Rocks technique. Mark will help students with one-on-one consultation for final assembly of the Maple Leaf, focusing on color, balance and visual appeal. Students will also receive a free copy of the video tutorial for future use and support.

Tuesday- Thursday, May 16- 18
Tuesday and Wednesday 9:30-5, and Thursday 10-4

 

 


 

 

Mark’s Inspirational Drawing Class
ALL LEVELS WELCOME!

One 3-day workshop. Tuition $645.00; includes materials for class.

Many people are convinced that they “can’t draw”, that they lack the talent and skill necessary to do so. Mark Hufford believes that anyone can learn to draw if they have the desire! Drawing is a resilient form of expression in the visual arts; no matter what art medium you work in, honing this skill or starting from the ground level up, learning to draw increases your observation skill and provides the ability to cultivate your own designs. In this workshop, students will learn to increase their observation skills, how to interpret values, identify shapes and several techniques to begin a journey with graphite drawing pencils and other tools used. Focus will be on drawing representational textures from nature and manmade subject matter.  Mark will share multiple techniques he has used in his representational drawing for decades.  Whether you are a beginner or more experienced at drawing, there is something to learn from this master of the medium.

Friday- Sunday, May 19- 21, 9:30-4:30 each day

 

 


 

 

Koi Trio Bowl- Advanced Color Techniques

One 3-day workshop. Tuition $695.00; includes materials for class projects.


In this new class you will expand your knowledge gained in Mark ’s entry-level classes. The feature project is the Koi Trio Bowl, where Mark will share more advanced blending methods achievable with the Colors for Earth paints.  There is also a segment on color theory and students will practice these concepts on the pear trio tile while learning about creating tints, tones, shades, selecting and blending colors. Students will also create the 6” Snowy Egret tile (done using Bullseye’s new Petrified Wood reactive lustre glass) which will help them refresh their basic application skills!

Tuesday- Thursday, May 23- 25
Tuesday and Wednesday 9:30-5, Thursday 10-4

 

 


 

 

Project Plate Making: Strip Cut Construction NEW CLASS!

One 3½-hour workshop. Tuition $145.00; includes all materials, firings and use of tools during class.

In this class, you will create a fused and slumped dish using the strip cut method of construction. You will learn how to design and fuse using strips of glass on edge, crafting beautiful bubble-free projects featuring crisp linear designs in your glass. Methods for cutting strips, how to fire, and various applications for strip cut construction will be demonstrated and discussed.

Saturday, May 27, 9:30- 1:00

 

 


 

 

Stained Glass Weekend- Prairie Panels   NEW CLASS!

1½ day workshop. Tuition $275.00; includes use of tools and some supplies. Students purchase glass and metal. No previous experience required.

Learn the tricks and secrets to creating traditional Mission and Prairie-style leaded panels in this weekend crash course! Unlike a typical leaded panel, students will learn strip cutting and methods of cutting on jigs, enabling them to build their piece as they cut their glass. These techniques streamline the building process and help to create beautiful crisp, straight lines with minimal grinding and fitting. Construction from start to finish, puttying, and finishing will all be covered. Patterns will be provided, and there’s no need to purchase tools! Each student will complete a leaded panel approximately 9”x12”.

Saturday, June 3, 9:30-4:30 & Sunday, June 4, 9:30-12:30

 

 


 

 

NEW DATES!
Corallite Creations Part II: Forming with Powder, Molds, and Flame with guest instructor Nikki O’Neill

Four ½-day sessions. Tuition $425.00; includes most materials and use of tools. Students purchase hanging hardware. Prerequisite: Corallite Creations Part I.

Build on the techniques learned in the Corallite Creations workshop, and learn to make multi-component sculptural vessels and glass jewelry that suggest the rich colors and forms of coral reef creatures. Students will further explore dry and wet powder techniques, using them to create open spaces and fissures for large and small pieces. Flame worked components made from stringers and glass strips will be strategically fired and slumped to make new anemone-like forms.  Students will then learn to assemble their component creations to design uniquely interesting, beautiful, and colorful imaginary sea life sculptures!

Wednesday, June 7- Saturday, June 10, 9:30-1 each day

 

 


 

 

Project Plate Making: Dancing Squares

2½-hour workshop. Tuition $110.00; includes all materials and use of tools.

A great way to learn more about fusing, or just a fun way to spend an afternoon with friends in this project based class. In this class, students will receive instruction, glass and materials needed to put together their very own Dancing Squares plate. A great way to try your hand at fused glass or to show family and friends how much fun glass art can be!

Sunday, June 11, 10-12:30

 

 


 

 

NEW CLASS
Kilnformed Glass Boxes with Alyssa Oxley

4-day workshop. Tuition $895.00; includes materials and use of tools during class.

In this 4-day class, explore two methods of constructing kilnformed boxes with lids. Cutting sheet glass into strips and stacks and using forms and fiber papers each student will create two boxes, one rectangular, one cylindrical, and the lids to go with each. By creating a recess in the lids, we have the opportunity to showcase a special piece of glass or a pattern bar we will also make.

Coldworking will be integral to our work and give the finish it deserves.

Reliable glass cutting skills are all that is needed.

Alyssa Oxley has been working with kilnformed and cast glass for about 18 years. She has experience in commercial art, interior and graphic design and despite her paying jobs, has always maintained an active, independent fine art studio of her own.

Her current work in glass is strongly driven by time spent outside. Along Otter Creek near her home in Vermont, walking the school campus abutting her property, or wherever life takes her. Oxley currently teaches kilnforming glass classes at South End Glass at Davis Studio in South Burlington, and summer intensives in places like the Corning Museum of Glass Studio, and Helios Glass Studio.

More of Alyssa's work and her CV are available on her website: www.alyssaoxley.com

Wednesday, June 14- Saturday, June 17
Wednesday- Friday, 9:30-5 each day, Saturday, 10-3

 


Box created by Robert Wiener of DC Art Glass
after taking Alyssa Oxley's workshop

 

ABOUT ALYSSA OXLEY:

Alyssa has been working with kilnformed and cast glass for about 15 years. She has experience in commercial art, interior and graphic design and despite her paying jobs, has always maintained an active, independent fine art studio of her own.

Her current work in glass is strongly driven by time spent outside, along the Otter Creek near her home in Vermont, or walking the school campus abutting her property.

Read more about Alyssa and her work: alyssaoxley.com

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Mosaics in Glass


1½ day workshop. Tuition $275.00; materials additional. All levels welcome!

Mosaic is a versatile art form that has been used to create intricate and beautiful imagery since antiquity. It is an accessible medium for all skill levels, can be made of different materials, and can be applied to almost any surface. In this workshop, students will focus on the use of colored sheet glass to create their own mosaic in a pattern of their choice. Previous experience is not required- if you’ve never cut glass, you will learn how to cut, break, and grind glass to fit to your design. All aspects of the mosaic process will be covered, from surface preparation to glass cutting, adhesives, grouting, and finishing. And it’s a great way to use up scrap glass! Students will have an assortment of projects to choose from, including table tops and wall hangings; costs will vary depending on surface and materials selected. A variety of patterns will be available for use, or students may create their own.

Saturday, June 24, 9:30-4:30 & Sunday, June 25, 10-12:30

 


 

 

 

Dream Garden NEW!
Master Class with Nancy Weisser

Tuition $1,095.00; includes materials, use of tools and equipment, etc.

For the first time, Nancy will reveal her process of creating fantastical gardens and imaginary underwater scenes. This will be a multi-step and multi-element process that will include many techniques and use of various vitreous materials. Glass forming techniques taught will include: vitrograph, working over a torch, making frit from the kiln, crafting part sheets, and other methods for generating a variety of visual effects with frits, powders and dry enamels. Students will be asked to create from their imagination, learning to trust their own instincts and rely on information that already exists in the mind. Emphasis will be placed on creating spontaneously and improvising while exploring design, color and layering steps. This class is ideal for students that are open to the creative process, interested in learning new forming methods and constructing a progressive piece of art that represents their individual style. Finishing and presentation options will be covered as well. Each student will create two finished artworks, a flora dream garden and an underwater dream garden.

Wednesday, July 5- Sunday, July 9
Wednesday- Saturday, 10-5 each day, Sunday 10-3

THIS SESSION IS NOW FULL; please call the shop to be added to the wait list!


NEW SESSION ADDED!

Wednesday, November 8- Sunday, November 12
Wednesday- Saturday, 10-5 each day, Sunday 10-3

 


 

 

NEW CLASS
Glass Is Your Canvas: 7 Image Techniques for Printing on Glass with Gail Stouffer

One 4-day workshop. Tuition $895.00; includes materials and use of tools during class.
A deposit of $450.00 is required to hold your spot; tuition balance of $445.00 due May 1.

Gail Stouffer returns to Weisser Glass to teach her distinctive style of imagery in glass! In this crash course about printing on glass, the class focus will be on layering imagery, allowing students to build visual richness and depth in their pieces; each layer applied can create a fabric-like background that allows additional central images to float in the foreground.

Students will work with glass enamels, glass paints, glass powders, micas, stencil cutters, frisket and specialty films. Gail will cover the following methods for applying images to glass: screen printing, airbrushing, photo resists, powder printing, custom decals, direct painting, and masking and stenciling. This range of techniques will give students a comprehensive set of tools to express themselves visually using a wide range of images and sources. There will be lots of discussion about when and why one would select one process over another.

Students will create six sample tiles as well as two complete works, highlighting their own personal history, focusing on childhood and love. Each piece will consist of patterns, colors, and textures, overlaid with images of persons, places, and things.  Students will also mount their finished pieces for hanging.

Wednesday, July 12- Saturday, July 15, 9:30- 5:30 each day
THIS CLASS IS NOW FULL; please call the shop to be added to the wait list!

 

 

 


 

 

Glass Camp- Fused Glass   
Ages 12-18

Five half-day classes. Tuition $225.00; includes materials and use of tools.

In this creative art glass camp, students will have a chance to explore the amazing medium of fused glass as they work their way through a variety of glass projects. Students learn to cut and work with glass and gain knowledge about the science of heating and forming glass in a kiln. Weisser Glass creates a fun and encouraging environment to explore creativity and expression for students of all levels and experience.

Monday, July 24- Friday, July 28, 10-12:30 each day

 

 

 


 

 


Lead Came Stained Glass for Beginners

Seven 2-hour classes. Tuition $245.00; tools and supplies extra

Learn to build a stained glass window using the traditional lead came technique. Everything you need to know including glass cutting, patterns, types of glass, tools, glazing and soldering is taught. Students will complete a stained glass window approximately 11” x 14”. Patterns are provided. Requires some homework.

Thursday eves, 7-9, July 20, 27, Aug 3, 10, 24, 31, Sept 7

 

 


 

 

Stained Glass- Beyond Beginner

Seven 2-hour classes. Tuition $245.00; tools and supplies extra. Previous stained glass experience required.

This class has an open curriculum allowing students to continue their exploration into stained glass under the supervision and guidance of an experienced instructor. Students might select a new project like a lamp, box, panel, or bring a project in progress. This class is a great way to learn new techniques, get a refresher, have your questions answered, or get help with more advanced projects. We can provide the instruction and extra motivation you need to get that project done!

Thursday eves, 7-9, July 20, 27, August 3, 10, 24, 31, September 7

 

 


 

 

NEW CLASS
Sand Mandalas in Glass with Warren Norgaard

2-day workshop. Tuition $495.00; includes materials required and use of tools.
A deposit of $250.00 is required to hold your spot; tuition balance of $245.00 due June 1.

In this two-day workshop, students will learn how to use the ancient tools of Tibetan Monks to create personal mandala designs in glass. Finished pieces will retain texture, and be ready to mount. Presentation options, methods, and ideas will also be discussed during class.

Saturday, August 12- Sunday, August 13, 9:30-5 each day


NEW- SECOND SESSION ADDED, DUE TO DEMAND!
Thursday, August 10- Friday, August 11, 9:30-5 each day

 

 

 


 

 

NEW CLASS
Layering a Landscape with Alice Benvie-Gebhart

3-day workshop. Tuition $675.00; includes required materials and use of tools.
A deposit of $350.00 is required to hold your spot; tuition balance of $325.00 due June 1.

Weisser Glass welcomes master glass artist Alice Benvie-Gebhart to the studio. Alice will teach students her unique, innovative and beautiful techniques of layering glass, creating landscapes with incredible space, depth and perspective. Students will gain invaluable insight into how painters and printmaking artists use design elements to create space and depth.

Students will complete two 6” x 8” wall art pieces- a landscape and seascape- that will inspire viewers to "look into" their work. Students will learn how to add texture and detailed elements to their work using sheet glass, powder wafers, glass gold, and black fired paints. Alice will lead students on a path exploring the unique effects and unlimited possibilities that these materials can add to their creations.

The workshop will also cover strategies and techniques for displaying work, with the goal of keeping the translucence of the glass even though it is being displayed on a wall.

Thursday, August 17- Saturday, August 19, 9:30-4:30 each day

 

 


 

 

 


Copper Foil Stained Glass for Beginners

Six 2-hour classes. Tuition $210.00; tools and supplies extra.

Learn to build a stained glass window using the copper foil method. Everything you need to know including patterns, types of glass, glass cutting, tools, soldering and finishing are taught. Students complete a small stained glass window approximately 11” x 14. Requires homework.

Thursday evenings, 7-9, Sept 14, 21, 28, Oct 5, 19, 26, Nov 2

 

 


 

 


Stained Glass- Beyond Beginner

Seven 2-hour classes. Tuition $245.00; tools and supplies extra. Previous stained glass experience required.

This class has an open curriculum allowing students to continue their exploration into stained glass under the supervision and guidance of an experienced instructor. Students might select a new project like a lamp, box, panel, or bring a project in progress. This class is a great way to learn new techniques, get a refresher, have your questions answered, or get help with more advanced projects. We can provide the instruction and extra motivation you need to get that project done!

Thursday evenings, 7-9, Sept 14, 21, 28, Oct 5, 19, 26, Nov 2

 

 


 

 

NEW GUEST INSTRUCTOR CLASS!

NEW DATES!

Glass Boxes and Pendants with Jeri Warhaftig

One 3-day workshop. Tuition $695.00, plus an $85.00 mold fee (each student takes home two box molds, a $116.00 retail value). All other materials and use of tools are included

$350.00 deposit required to hold spot, balance of $345.00 due August 1st

In this three day workshop glass artist Jeri Warhaftig shares her techniques for creating amazing cast and etched glass boxes and pendants! Using pre-made Colour-de-Verre brand casting molds, students will learn all the steps to create their own cast and etched masterpieces. In the initial casting process, students will learn how to prep molds, determine the amount of glass needed, and proper firing methods. Once the castings are complete, Jeri will teach students her method of working with enamel coatings and students will design custom blasting stencils or use stencils provided by Jeri to impart detailed patterns and designs onto the lids. Jeri will also present her methods of using the Silhouette mask cutter to create fantastic and intricate sandblast resist designs.  Knob options for box tops will be discussed and students have the option to attach a custom designed knob as well.  Each student will create 2 boxes, and a handful of cabochons to use as pendants or knobs.


Friday- Sunday, October 6-8, 9:30-4:30 each day


BIO:

Instructor Jeri Warhaftig is a glass artist, author, and teacher. She is a long-time member of the International Society of Glass Beadmakers and has been making beads for almost 15 years.  Her work appeared as a finalist in the Bead Dreams Competition in 2004 and 2005. She has taught at many nationally known venues such as the Bead and Button Show, Glass Craft and Bead Expo, and many smaller studios and workshops. She has written for many major publications- most recently The Flow- and authored two books, "Glass Bead Workshop" (2008) and "Creating Glass Beads" (2011).

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Flow Factor
Master Class with Nancy Weisser

Four-day workshop. Tuition $895.00; includes materials and use of tools.

In this class you learn ways to capture the magic and movement of fluid glass into the solid glass form. Moving beyond controlled linear patterns students will explore special effects that can be achieved inside the kiln using heat and gravity to produce remarkable visual outcomes.  Students learn strategies for capturing the organic movement of glass and methods of forming elements to create interesting design. Students also learn how to recycle discarded and unwanted projects and sample tiles into usable components for flow work. Also covered are methods for constructing containment systems for various shapes, and how to calculate how much glass is needed to fill those spaces. Firing schedules will be thoroughly covered and finishing options are also demonstrated in class and students will have the option to practice these techniques.

Nancy Weisser has been working in the field of glass since the early 80’s. She owns and operates Weisser Glass Studio in Kensington Maryland where she teaches a wide range of classes in the area of kiln formed glass.  She is known for her innovative artworks including installations.

Thursday, October 26- Sunday, October 29
Thursday- Saturday, 9:30-4:30 each day, Sunday, 10-3

 

 


 

 

Dream Garden
Master Class with Nancy Weisser

Tuition $1,095.00; includes materials, use of tools and equipment, etc.

For the first time, Nancy will reveal her process of creating fantastical gardens and imaginary underwater scenes. This will be a multi-step and multi-element process that will include many techniques and use of various vitreous materials. Glass forming techniques taught will include: vitrograph, working over a torch, making frit from the kiln, crafting part sheets, and other methods for generating a variety of visual effects with frits, powders and dry enamels. Students will be asked to create from their imagination, learning to trust their own instincts and rely on information that already exists in the mind. Emphasis will be placed on creating spontaneously and improvising while exploring design, color and layering steps. This class is ideal for students that are open to the creative process, interested in learning new forming methods and constructing a progressive piece of art that represents their individual style. Finishing and presentation options will be covered as well. Each student will create two finished artworks, a flora dream garden and an underwater dream garden.


Wednesday, November 8- Sunday, November 12
Wednesday- Saturday, 10-5 each day, Sunday 10-3

 

 

 

 

 

DON'T FORGET TO USE YOUR
2016 CLASS REWARDS POINTS!


• Rewards points are not transferable.
• Rewards apply only to classes attended in 2016 and are based on tuition amount paid.
• One reward point was earned for every $10 spent on 2016 class tuition.
• Tuition costs for private lessons and custom instruction programs did not accrue rewards points
• Reward totals were sent to your provided email address January 5, 2017

REDEEMING YOUR POINTS
:
• A maximum of 100 points ($100.00) are redeemable per class lasting 1½ days or more (totaling 9 class hours or more)
• A maximum of 50 points ($50.00) are redeemable per single class totaling a minimum of 3 class hours.
• A maximum of 25 points ($25.00) are redeemable per single class totaling less than 3 class hours.
• Students must attend class in 2017 to use applicable points
• Rewards points are not applicable towards private instruction or custom instruction

 

 

More to come............ check back soon.

 

TUITION REFUND POLICIES

For classes taught by Weisser staff:

  • Tuition must be paid in advance to reserve space in a class or workshop.
  • Tuition will not be refunded for cancellations made within two (2) weeks of the first class date unless a replacement is seated.


For classes taught by guest instructors:

  • Tuition must be paid in full by the balance due date or seat will be forfeited.
  • Tuition will not be refunded for cancellations made after the balance due date unless a replacement is seated.

There will be a 10% processing fee for all refunded tuitions; minimum fee will be $35.00.

 

 

 

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