The Judson Studios created the world’s largest single stained glass window for the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas. This is the story of how they brought it to life.
In this lesson, we'll show you how the process of powder-colored sheet glass works and create several different sheets of colored glass.
In this lesson, we'll demonstrate the basic techniques of pâte de verre by making a color-fade bowl.
In this lesson you will learn about the tools and techniques involved and will get a broad overview of the ways glass powder can be used in art and design.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to create a wax model from both found objects and an existing mold.
Frit tinting is a technique for creating specific color blends by adding colored glass powder to Clear frit. It broadens
Pâte de Verre is a casting method that involves hand-packing layers of frit and powder in a refractory mold. For our Day of the Dead skull, we use granules of glass instead. Learn the process in this video.
Clear powder with iridescent sheet glass can be a powerful design tool. Learn what you can achieve by firing clear powder in contact with iridescent coatings.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to make your own frit balls. We'll also discuss special firing considerations for different styles of glass, and ideas for using frit balls in a variety of kilnforming applications.
Powder printing allows artists to produce archival images on glass with a range of colors, textures, and layers of transparency. This lesson is based on Stacy Lynn Smith's approach to powder printing.
What should you expect when the part sheet is thicker than 3mm or if the surface is bumpy and irregular? Learn how to navigate these design choices in this lesson.
Making part sheets is like making your own fabrics for quilting - in this lesson you will learn techniques for making different kinds of part sheets and guidelines for firing them.