Stained Glass: Techniques & Design
|Dates:||12 October 2019 - 16 November 2019|
|Time:||10:00 - 16:30|
|Location:||The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts|
An intensive course covering each stage of the stained glass process: line cutting, painting with prepared raw pigments, shading, highlighting, applying final colour and final firing.
Choose from a selection of designs, and complete an A4 sized panel.
Who is this course for?
All levels of experience and ability welcome.
What should I bring to class?
All materials are provided on this course.
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable clothing that you do not mind getting slightly messy.
Avoid wearing: Baggy clothing (especially sleeves); Loose jewellery; Short sleeve t-shirts (when there is a chance of contact with hazardous materials); High heels or open toed shoes.
Health & Safety:
Please be aware that there are hazards involved when working with stained glass, including handling lead.
Do follow instructions from your tutor and wear the provided personal protective equipment, including gloves, aprons and dust masks.
Food and drink must never be consumed in the workshop or studios.
Maintain good hygiene and wash your hands regularly between activities.
What days should I attend?
Saturdays, 12 October - 16 November 2019
Do you offer concessions?
Yes, we offer concessions for full time students and OAPs.
To receive a concession, please apply via our online form.
What if I need to cancel or change my booking?
The School reserves the right to discontinue or suspend a Course up to fourteen (14) calendar days before the advertised start date of the Course.
Genista Dunham is a 2015 graduate of The Prince's School of Traditional Arts and comes from a fine art background having studied at the Slade. She is interested in both Christian and Pagan themes, the strongest aspect being allegorical stories. She is interested in transformation from matter to spirit using images of the natural world: flora, fauna and particularly birds. In her work, in ceramics and glass, she has experimented relentlessly with painting techniques and explorations of surface treatments.