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2016 Schedule

“Fused Glass Manipulation Techniques - 96” February 1 – 5, 2016 with Gil Reynolds

“Sculptural Imagery In Glass” – February 15 – 19, 2016 with Gail Stouffer

“Mold Making Materials for Glass” - April 15-17, 2016 with Gil Reynolds

Expand your skills, recharge your batteries and take your glass work up a few notches with exciting hands-on classes taught by some of the very best instructors in the field. Class location and registration - Fusion Headquarters, 15500 NE Kincaid Rd, Newberg, OR 97132, 503.538.5281

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“Fused Glass Manipulation Techniques - 96” “Mold Making Materials for Glass” “Sculptural Imagery In Glass” – with Gail Stouffer
Our Price: $995.00
Our Price: $600.00
Our Price: $995.00
Feb. 1 - 5, 2016
Cutting Edge - Advanced Techniques

April 15 - 17, 2016 Learn about all of the mold making materials.
Feb. 15 - 19, 2016
Screen Printing and fusing thick.



   
 

"The classes at Fusion are absolutely the best...better than I had even imagined. I'll be back soon." Tom L.

"Carmen made it all fall into place. Before fusing seemed so complicated, but she made it easy and FUN!!!" Debbie K.

"Gil, Thanks again for taking the time to share your visions and open ours." Joy B.


Cancellation Policy - If you have to cancel, our first choice is to apply the tuition to another seminar. If that is just not an option, we will refund the money less a 20% cancellation fee.



During the 43 years he has worked in art glass, Gil Reynolds has gained worldwide recognition as a leading innovator of fusing, kiln forming and other hot glass techniques. He is the author of The Fused Glass Handbook, a step-by-step guide to learning the art of fusing and his newest book – Kiln Crafting is proving to be an instant hit. He has been widely published in such art glass journals as "Glass Art Magazine," "Professional Stained Glass," "Stained Glass Patterns Quarterly," The Corning Museum of Glass "New Glass Review 7" and he has been writing the "Kiln Crafting" column for Stained Glass News since 1992.

Gil has lectured extensively in the U.S. and has conducted kiln forming and Fire Bucket seminars in Japan, The Netherlands, Canada and Italy. The artwork of Gil Reynolds can be found in numerous private and public collections, including Ohbayahsi-Gumi, Ltd., Tokyo Japan; A.Pfann, Hilversum Holland and "Percent for Art" commissions for Oregon and Washington states.

Gil is also a musician singer/songwriter currently working on his 5th CD of original music. His band, Gil Reynolds and Deep Blue, plays about 40 shows a year at local wineries festivals and private events.