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Class/Workshop Details

Glass Coral Bowls

Glass Coral Bowls

Saturday (10:00 am) 10/09/21 to Saturday (1:00 pm) 10/09/21

Saturday | Includes All Materials | Instructor Susan Hirsch | Register by October 6

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

Details

Join Instructor Susan Hirsch as you explore how to create a warm glass open woven design.  Use the ocean as your inspiration as you learn to cut strips and pieces of glass and intertwine them into “coral” shapes.  The glass will then be stacked and fused together when fired in a kiln.  You'll have the freedom to create abstract art or a bowl or candle holder, dish, etc.  There is a kaleidoscope of transparent or opaque glass colors to choose from so each creation is uniquely yours.  No previous glass experience needed.  Beginners are welcome!  All materials included to create one coral bowl (approximately 8” x 8”).

Supplies Students to Bring: 

Work Apron. Recommend close-toed shoes and long pants. 

 

October 9, 2021

10am - 1pm

$95 - Includes All Materials

For All Skill Levels - Adult

Registration Deadline:  October 6, 2021

 

Fallbrook Arts, Inc. Covid Policy Update 8/4/2021:  Masks will be required of all persons entering the Fallbrook Art Center and Fallbrook School of the Arts.  

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Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Hirsch-Glass Coral Bowls
Age Group(s):
Adult
Experience:
All Skill Levels
Mediums:
Glass
Susan Hirsch

Susan Hirsch

Staff Instructor

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HOURS

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

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