with Jill Fordham
Saturday 7th August 10.00-16.00| £70
Join Jill and learn about how stained glass windows have been decorated with special paints for centuries, and how these techniques are also applied in a contemporary way today.
Learn how to mix up your own glass paints and have a go at traditional and contemporary glass painting techniques yourself. After experimenting, produce your own painted glass designs by the end of the day.
Use of tools and all materials are included in the cost and tea, coffee and biscuits are provided but please remember to bring a packed lunch.
Please note that the maximum size of finished pieces is 20cm x 20cm. The course is suitable for any level.
Pieces made on this course will need to be fired in our kiln. This is a long process so will not be completed during the day. Participants will be invited to collect their pieces at a future date, this may be a number of weeks from the course date due to kiln space.
Read all about our tutor Jill Fordham on the Cambridge Art Makers’ course tutors page.
Please note that although this course is in our downstairs workshop, our kitchen and toilets are on the first floor up 1 flight of stairs. If this is going to pose a problem for you please email us at [email protected]
Please note that you will need to agree to read, and follow, our covid-19 guidelines page to sign up to the course.