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Introduction to the Fine Art of Stained Glass

Wednesday, May 5th, May 12th, May 19th, May 26th | 5:30pm-7:30pm | Introduction to the Fine Art of Stained Glass


Love the look of stained glass and want to learn how to do it? In this four part class, student will learn the Louis Comfort Tiffany method, which is an alternative to using leaded channels between glass pieces. In this comprehensive workshop, student will cut and shape glass to fit their design pattern and create their own piece of art.   

Please note: No experience required and all materials and glass will be provided. Please bring safety glasses or be prepared to purchase a pair from the studio ($5). Please wear closed toe shoes.This is a four part class and students will need to be available on May 5th, May 12th, May 19th, and May 26th from 5:30pm-7:30pm. 

This class is appropriate for ages 18+.

This class will take place indoors at Studio 34 Creative Arts Learning Center, located at 34 Elton St, Rochester, NY 14607. The studio is located on the second floor of the largest of the three brick buildings on Elton St. Please use the entrance on the right side of the building. Additional parking is located at the corner of Atlantic and Elton.

About the teacher:
For the last 30 years, Margery Pearl Gurnett's professional career was spent working in hot glass. Over the past few years, she has worked in mixed media, with a focus on incorporating glass into solid diorama-like wall pieces. These 3-D pieces consist of colored and clear sheet glass, paint, paper, photographic processes, cast glass, glue, encaustics, fused glass, silkscreening onto glass, fused fired decals, sandblasted glass, and found objects. Margery graduated from Carnegie Mellon University where she completed her bachelor's degree in Fine Arts in 1977. She came to Rochester in 1980 for her master's degree in glass at the School For American Craftsmen at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Margery is internationally known as an artist and educator. Her commissioned installations may be found in airports, universities and private homes.

For details on our COVID-19 policies, class cancellation policy, parking, and more please visit our FAQs.