Instructor: Petra Kaiser
Cost: $295.00 / Space is limited to only 12 students
Workshop Dates: Thursday, May 12th and Friday, May 13th
Thursday 9:00am to 4pm
Friday 9:00am to 4pm
Kiln Forming becomes a true adventure when working with Kaiser Lee Board molds and modules. They are reusable countless times and can be used for slumping, draping and castings. Nearly anything you can think of can be realized with KL-board. It is the only tool that enables us to make some of the most unusual glass art objects with surprisingly little effort. KL-board is very versatile and will definitely expand your pallet of kiln worked glass.
In this inspiring two day workshop, students will have a choice of creating projects like floating bowls, freestanding sculptures, clocks and light screens. Petra will guide you through the process of creating your own unique mold or modules from Kaiser Lee Board that can be used over and over again to create a variety of different projects.
About the Artist: Petra Kaiser has taught workshops all over the United States and abroad, you may know her from her popular books, Introduction to Glass Fusing, Fuse It and Glass Forming with the Mold Block System. She specializes in the creating and developing of new forms and products. One of the latest and most challenging techniques is the combination of cast glass elements and fairly thin glass - only 1 to 2 layers thick. Petra will share her ideas and techniques that she has discovered over the past 15 years of kiln forming glass via slide show, samples of her exquisite art work and demonstrations.
Morning danish, snacks and beverages will be provided
Unless otherwise noted, you must be at least 14 years old to participate in a workshop. Students under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who is also enrolled in the same class. All students will be required to sign a HFC® issued liability release form.