Fusing and Slumping

Fusing is a technique of cutting and layering pieces of cold glass to create an object. Once the design is complete, it is placed in a kiln and heated until the individual pieces fuse together.

Slumping is the process of creating a three-dimensional shape. A fused piece can be slumped by placing the flat glass in a mold and heating it in the kiln a second time. As the piece softens it gradually takes the shape of the mold.

Detailed patterns can be created by fusing combinations of tiles to create larger fusings. Fusing and slumping can be used to create functional objects such as tiles, pendants or dishes or sculptural work.

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Fused Glass Snowflakes
Sessions: 1

In this seasonal class, learn how to create snowflake ornaments and suncatchers.
Fused Glass Hearts
Sessions: 1

Make heart ornaments and suncatchers to give your sweetie a Valentine gift!
Fused Glass Clocks
Sessions: 1

In this three hour workshop students will create a one-of-a-kind fused glass piece that will be assembled into a clock.
Fused Glass Mezuzahs
Sessions: 1

Use clear glass, colored scraps, frits, and stringers to explore the medium of fused glass and create beautiful mezuzahs.
Fused Glass Star of David Ornaments / Suncatchers
Sessions: 1

Learn how to create beautiful Star of David ornaments and suncatchers.
A workshop for families! Make one-of-a-kind ornaments, coasters and suncatchers using scraps of sheet glass.