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Stained Glass Painting

Stained Glass


Course Description

Glass Art is a traditional craft which has enjoyed a resurgence of popularity in recent years and is both traditional and contemporary at the same time This course is intended for both newcomers to kiln formed glass, as well as those with prior experience, and offers you the opportunity to explore the creative potential of glass as a creative material You will be shown the processes of creating decorative pieces of glass using kiln forming techniques, and learn how to make your glass pieces.

Stained glass is used to add a custom decorative touch to individual homes and commercial buildings It provides an immense amount of beauty and abstract color while also protecting a homeowner’s privacy Stained glass is now used in the form of windows, lamps, panels, and window hangings

Course Objectives

This course teaches the basic skills of stained glass and demonstrates the use of color and light Students will learn how different colors and glass types work together by exploring the materials

  • Introduce a range of glass techniques to enable students to make a leaded glass panel and enable students to develop practical and theoretical skills in the practice of glass through a set project and through designing, planning and making a piece of their own
  • To develop a design through the exploration of drawing
  • Learn the application of paints and stains and the technique of stenciling and etching
  • Learn how to lead, solder, glazing and finishing
  • Experience a supportive and learning environment which encourages creative enquiry, discussion and debate

Course Learning Outcomes

  • By the end of the course students will learn
  • Design and make a glass piece set
  • Learn to apply a range of glass techniques such as cutting glass, glass painting, leading, soldering and finishing
  • Demonstrate the design process by researching, designing, planning and completing a final glass panel
  • Apply the appropriate, safe and correct use of tools and equipment, shown through the resolved outcome of their application

Teaching Methodology

The course is 100 practical and will be taught through a series of assignments, peer learning, and presentations along with demonstrations and audio visual aids for practical activities Research work, class juries and peer discussions will be done in each assignment