Glass Workshops and Masterclasses

 

 

Venue: Sharron McLeod's Glass Studio

Muswell Hill, North London 

Nearest tube: East Finchley on Northern line

General open enrolment starts Monday 13th of June 2022

Spaces available for Autumn Term in the Wednesday afternoon class and the Thursday morning class. If you are interested in enrolling please contact me on 07849512567.

Alternatively book a taster class with up to 3 friends. £55 each for three hours from 9.30-12.30. In this class you will learn some new skills in a friendly and relaxed environment in my fully equipped studio. Minimum number required.  

    

2022

Summer Term Dates 2022

Start : 20th of April 2022

Finish : 8th of July 2022

Half term : 15/6/22 - 26/6/22 

10 week term 

Autumn Term Dates 2022

Wednesday morning and afternoon classes

Start date: 14th September 2022

Finish date: 7th of December 2022

 

Morning classes from 9.30am - 12.30 FULL

Afternoon classes is 1.15pm - 4.15pm.  Space available 

Thursday morning and afternoon classes

Start date: 15th of September 2022

Finish date: 8th of December 2022

Morning classes from 9.30am - 12.30 Space available

Afternoon classes is 1.15pm - 4.15pm.   1 Space available 

Half term is week of 24/10/22 - 28/10/22

Total term fee: £444

12 week term. (This equates to £37 per class)

All students are asked not to attend class if feeling unwell  

The studio is kept ventilated with opened windows so please come to class wearing layers during winter months.

Short Courses

No Short courses planned currently due to the changing nature of the pandemic and how this impacts on dates. 

Please contact me directly if you would like a one-to-one course tailor made. 

Artists own work

I teach using bullseye glass with a Coe90.

Information about Longer length Glass Classes:

Beginner and Intermediate:

A course of 11 sessions, each lasting 3 hours. Students will learn how to score and cut glass, about compatible glass, incorporating frits and stringers and illustrating their work with glassline paint or enamels,  to ultimately making pieces that can then be slumped into a bowl. This course is designed to introduce beginners to the various skills needed for warm glass working. It is also possible to make coasters, jewellery or pieces suitable for framing. I teach through a mixture of demonstration and students practical application. Reference books can be suggested

Email: sharronmcleod@icloud.com

I teach using bullseye glass with a Coe90. Students are provided with enough materials to make one 20cm bowl and several test pieces. After that students are expected to provide their own materials or some may be available to purchase in the studio. 

Intermediate:

 A course of 10-11 sessions depending on the term each lasting 3 hours. These classes are suitable for those who already know the basics about glass fusing and already have some glass cutting skills. 

Classes include:

  •  How to get a reaction by playing with different types of glass and their chemical properties. 

  •  Working with glass powders

  •  Firing schedules and kiln programming

  •  Advanced Glass Jewellery

  • Cold working with a lap grinder

  •  Understanding common pitfalls when working with warm glass and developing knowledge to avoid them.

  •  Creating pieces that can then be incorporated into a stained glass panel for either inside or in the garden, This will include soldering, and assembly through copper foil or leading techniques. 

 

  • I teach using bullseye glass with a Coe90. Students are provided with enough materials to make one 20cm bowl and several test pieces. After that students are expected to provide their own materials or some may be available to purchase in the studio. 

  • Email: sharronmcleod@icloud.com

Glass vessel, crackle in cream, grey nd tortoiseshell effect
Love seeing how these colours change and
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