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PostPosted: Fri May 24, 2013 8:09 pm    Post subject: SGAA Pre-Conference Classes Reply with quote

Stained Glass Association of America Pre-Conference Classes
8 and 9 June


Two Day Intensives include:

No Fear Airbrush with Janet Zambai
sponsored by Badger Brush
Certification Level: Journeyman/Craftsman
$395 for the two day class; Only $350 if signed up for Indy 2013.
Instructor: Janet Zambai
Limit: 15 Students
Materials: Provided. Students will need to bring safety glasses, respirator, old clothes or apron.
Description: Create beautiful, delicate designs that appear to be floating in the glass. You don’t need to be afraid of the airbrush; it is just a tool and can be used for numerable applications. This class will give you the basics to get started. In this fun “Hands On” class, Janet will teach you about the different paints to use for different applications. You will get a feel for the airbrush and learn how to use it. You will paint on glass that will be fired in a kiln, and you will also do some cold painting. Paint will be applied to sandblasted and non-sandblasted glass.

Laminating with Bohle America
Certification Level: Apprentice/Journeyman
$395 for the two day class; Only $350 if signed up for Indy 2013.
Instructor: Volker Brock
Limit: 8 students
Materials: Included
Description: This introductory workshop will present a new method of combining the functionality of modern architectural glazing substrates, such as insulated glass and safety glass, with the tradition of stained glass artistry. The lamination technique offers a practical solution for stained glass designs that can be efficiently combined with acid etching, painting, and abrasive etching processes to provide an economical architectural-design solution. The workshop is divided into two parts Theoretical/Technical: Understanding the theory behind the lamination process and possible field applications, and Practical: A “hands-on” lamination application combining stained glass and a safety glass substrate using Verifix© 2K Silicone.

SGAA website: http://www.glassart.org
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