May Flowers Stained Glass
May 6 & 7, 2023- 2 Sessions (Saturday and Sunday)
11:30 am - 3:30 pm Saturday & 10:30 am to 2:30 pm Sunday
Instructor: Lenzy Griffin Bond
Class Fee: $120 non-members + $30 supply fee
$108 BRMMA members + $30 supply fee
Can’t wait for spring flowers? Teaching the copper foil method in stained glass, this workshop will have a flower theme. There will be a focus on selecting the texture and color of glass for the flower project. Use of glass cutter, grinder, and soldering iron are just a few subjects that will be covered. Students will learn how to choose a glass pattern and stained glass, scoring, breaking, grinding glass to fit a chosen pattern, using copper foil, applying solder, patina, and polish. Lenzy will provide several glass flower patterns to choose from for the copper foil project. Each student will complete a small flower panel to welcome in May. Please wear clothes that you do not mind getting dirty, closed toe/heeled shoes, bring pencil and paper, personal eye protection, medium sharpie, and paper towels. All other supplies will be provided by instructor.
Call (706) 632-2144 for questions regarding this course and registration. Payment is required to register for BRMAA courses. You may pay via PayPal above, over the phone, or visit The Art Center located at 420 West Main Street, Blue Ridge, GA 30513 to pay in person.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
LENZY GRIFFIN BOND
Lenzy has been teaching and creating quality art glass, stained glass, glass beads, mosaics and fused glass, for more than 20 years. Her husband gave her a gift of glass classes and there was no looking back.
Although Lenzy is passionate about producing art herself, she has always found educating and instructing others about her trade to be highly rewarding. She has had her glass work displayed in galleries and shops in North Georgia, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Missouri. In addition, she has held classes in North Georgia and North Carolina.
Lenzy has traveled and lived all over the United States, Canada and Spain. In the many places visited and lived, she always admired glass work in churches, sanctuaries, museums, and buildings.