The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts: Stained Glass Techniques and Design

Courses for those interested in exploring working with glass will also offered by the Prince’s School in early 2018.  The courses are taught by Genista Dunham, a 2015 graduate of The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts with a fine art background, having studied at the Slade. She is interested in both Christian and Pagan themes, particularly allegorical stories, as well as in the transformation from matter to spirit using images of the natural world: flora, fauna and particularly birds. In her work, in ceramics and glass, she continues to experiment with painting techniques and explorations of surface treatments.

Saturday, 3rd February 2018, 10.00am – 4.30pm

This taster day will offer an introduction to a range of stained glass techniques including how to cut a section of glass, how to experiment with pigment methods and materials, and how to apply trace lines, shading and colour to create a piece of textural depth with light.
Costs for the workshop are £40 full price/£30 concessions. All materials with be pro-vided.

Saturdays, 17th March – 14th April, 2018.

This longer course will offer the opportunity to practise each stage of the stained glass process: line cutting, painting with prepared raw pigments, shading, highlighting, applying colour and final firing. Participants will choose from a selection of designs, and complete an A4 sized panel.
Costs for the course are £350 full price/£280 concessions. All materials are provided on this course.

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