Upcoming Glass Fusing Classes
Glass Art Guild Members
Salt City Smithery
Jan Harris Smith
Silversmithing for Glass Artists – Up your glass jewelry game with handmade silver settings. Jan is an accomplished silversmith and glass artist. She is a member of the Glass Art Guild of Utah and a founder of the Utah Metal Arts Guild of Utah.
Glass With a Past
Jodi McRaney Rusho
Fusing with recycled, vintage and found glass. In person classes, on-demand classes and a large library of free tutorials.
Past Guild Sponsored Classes
Enamel & Paint on Steel – Alisa Looney
Winter Rivers – Shelly Long
Explore the use of Colors for Earth paints while creating a seven layer Winter Rivers Scene
GLASS INCLUSIONS and RAKU GLASS – Phil Teefy
Phill’s definition of “Raku”, as an art form, is “unexpected/unknown result”.
Color and Composition – Lester Lee
From his youth, Lester was largely self-taught in art, with an interest in being an accomplished watercolorist. Later he gained some of his color theory and art skills from such greats as Richard Bird and Anton Rasmussen.
Sand Painting with Frit – David Alcala
The Glass Art Guild had the pleasure of hosting David Alcala on May 4th and 5 for two one day workshops about Sand Painting with Frit.
Glass Painting with Peter McGrain
The purpose of this workshop is to introduce students to the techniques involved in Traditional Glass Painting and the Vitri-Fusáille® process.
Advanced Fusing Techniques – Patty Gray
Explore techniques to create depth and surface design elements using frits, powders, stringers, powder wafers, metals, mica powders, iridized and dichroic glass.
Fritography – Michael Dupille
The painterly use of crushed glass frits and powders has opened up a whole new world of artistic imagery. Anything is possible when working with small particles of glass from tight, photo-realism to loose impressionism.
3rd Sunday of Odd Months 10 a.m.
196 W. Malvern Avenue
South Salt Lake City, UT 84115