Glass Blowing Classes
The day begins with an introduction of tools and equipment.
Next is an explanation of the different work stations and necessary movements needed to start making glass.
Then we can start gathering glass from the furnace, learn proper heating and the correct use of tools.
The first part of the day is dedicated to making solid pieces such as paperweights, flowers, sculptures, etc.
After lunch, we can begin with the blowpipe making cups, bowls and small plates, etc.
Your glass will be placed in the kiln for annealing (slow cooling) for about twelve hours.
All pieces made in class will be available for pick-
Most students will complete three to four pieces the first day depending on the allotted time.
Glass blowing classes can be scheduled any day of the week during the cooler months.
We normally start up in October and continue through May of the following year.
However due to Harvey we have been delayed but now accepting registrations.
Class start at 9:00am and finish around 4:00pm with a lunck break..
Classes are scheduled according to incoming request and availability.
Please click here to sign up and select the date of your choice.
I will confirm the availability or inform you of the very next opening.
Tuition is $200.00 a day per person and includes everything you need.
Advance payment is required to lock in the date of your choice.
The payment and mailing information is listed at the bottom of the registration form.
Sorry not accepting credit cards and please make out your check to Rick Clark.
You may schedule one day at a time or do multiple days depending on your goals.
Clothing in the studio must be as follows:
COTTON clothing is best, not to lose, soft sole shoes and no open toes.
If you have a favorite pair of medium shade sun glasses,
feel free to bring them. Clip-