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Class/Workshop Details

Glass Garden Flowers Workshop

Glass Garden Flowers Workshop

Saturday (10:00 am) 05/15/21 to Saturday (1:00 pm) 05/15/21

Saturday | Includes all materials | Instructor Susan Hirsch | Register by May 12

Fallbrook School of the Arts
310 E. Alvarado St., Fallbrook, CA 92028
(760) 728-6383 | email
In Historic Downtown Fallbrook


Creating beautiful flowers with glass will brighten any garden or patio.  And, you don't need to water or fertilize them either! Instructor Susan Hirsch will help you design the most spectacular glass flowers or dragonflies using a variety of large and small casting molds.  The technique is easy, too.  You'll learn how to fill a mold with an assortment of glass powders and top with clear cut glass.  You can make 2 large flowers (approx. 7.5" diameter each), or 1 large and 2 small flowers (approx. 3.5" diameter) plus a couple of small dragonflies, or 1 large dragonfly (2.5" to 5" ea.). No experience needed for this workshop, and the results are incredible!  All materials are supplied, including fusible wire for hanging.  Optional $10 fee for "slumped" (formed/shaped) second kiln firing due at the workshop.

May 15, 2021 (Saturday)

10am - 1pm

$90, includes all materials

For all skill levels ages 15 and up

Registration Deadline:  May 12, 2021

Please note:  Due to COVID-19, masks are required by everyone at all times while at the Fallbrook School of the Arts.  Thank you!


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Glass Garden Flowers Workshop
Glass Garden Flowers Workshop
Glass Garden Flowers Workshop
Glass Garden Flowers Workshop
Age Group(s):
All Skill Levels
Susan Hirsch

Susan Hirsch

Staff Instructor

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Monday - Saturday
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Closed Sunday & major holidays

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