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Hi Friends!

I hope you are all happy and healthy. We finished up our last set of classes a few weeks ago and again an amazing variety of beautiful projects. I am so proud of my students! Unfortunately only one student finished their project on time so lots of makeup time to finish the projects. It’s hard for me to start up the next set of classes when we are into so many extra sessions so I need to be stricter with the complexity of projects so we can finish on time. So I am again limiting class size to six students only so we can maintain some distancing and I can give students extra attention. And as in the past few years our studio building still has a vaccine mandate for anyone coming into the studio for classes or glass blowing so make sure you are up to date!  

My next set of classes will start the third week of April, as a matter of fact Tax Day! No better way to make you happy again after tax day than to take a stained glass class.  I will again offer a Beginner I class on Monday and Thursday nights limited to six students so I can offer lots of much needed attention. It’s the best class to reinforce your skills if you have only taken one or two classes. We will limit the number of pieces in your project to 18 pieces so you will be able to finish. Tuesday night will be Beginner PI, Photo Imaging on Glass. I will open this class to mosaic artists as well to make objects that can be used in their projects. The Photo Imaging class is an excellent class for folks who have taken Beginner I and make the next step to creating a window with more advanced decorative patterns, text or images.  


Wednesday night’s Makers Mayhem class will require a bit of experience so it will be open only to students who have taken several classes from me. I will pull out lots of nontraditional materials for students to use, chandelier prisms, found glass objects, remnants of old church windows and whatever crazy glass stuff I have collected over the years. It’s a really fun way to create something completely unique in the stained glass world. Students in the Makers Mayhem class can use any of the techniques they have used in previous projects as well including fusing and photo imaging. I look forward to seeing old friends and welcome the newbies to the stained glass adventure.

Find more information about these class offerings on my Classes page.

Best wishes friends and I look forward to seeing new and veteran students.


Dan Maher

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