The Art of Colored Glass Fusion
Location: UMMA Classroom, 40 Harlow Street, Bangor
$ 90 Members or UMaine students with ID
The process of fusing colored glass gets demystified in this one day workshop. No prior experience is required! In one day become comfortable cutting brilliantly colored glass to create stunning plates, bowls, or vases. Even participants with some glass-art skill will find this workshop enjoyable and inspiring. Each student will be able to create two colorful designs that will the instructor will fire and return.
Meet the Instructor
Alyssa Oxley resides in Pittsfield, Maine, where she maintains her own teaching studio. Oxley earned her BS in Studio Art from Skidmore College. Years of experience in Graphic and Interior Design contribute to her current sculptural work in kiln-formed glass. These works combine references to the endless wintry wonders of snow and ice formations, and images of memory. Oxley also worked for 6 years as a cold worker and studio assistant to glass artist Martin Kremer. Her work can be found in a number of galleries and collections across the country and was featured in Glass Craftsman Magazine, April/May 2008 and The Bangor Daily News, February 2010 which you can read here.
Class space is limited to 10. To register for this workshop please call 561.3350 or stop by the museum.
Workshop fees must be paid within one week of registration to secure a spot. Fee is non-refundable within three weeks of workshop.