GLASS PAINTING / 5-DAY INTENSIVE
Glass Painting: An In-depth Exploration of Technique.
Kathy Jordan, Instructor
Spend a week learning new skills and energize yourself with ideas to bring back to your own studio. Kathy Jordan has 25+ years of glass painting experience. Jordan is conducting Fall workshops in her private studio located in Media, Pennsylvania where traditional glass painting techniques are explored in depth. Reinforcement of Core Skills, Brush & Medium applications and varied Flesh Painting techniques will be covered. Students will have access to an extensive library, materials, brushes, tools and kiln-firing time.
Spring Session: May 20 - 24, 2019
Fall Session I: Sept. 30 - Oct. 4, 2019
Fall Session II: Oct 7 - 11, 2019
Maximum of 6 students per class session.
Classes are kept small to allow for individual instruction.
Cost - $695 per workshop, includes lunch and access to tools.
Send an email to check for class openings. If availability exists, a registration form with class policies will be sent to you which may be signed and returned with a non-refundable registration fee of $75 and a deposit of $275 to reserve a space in a class (total $350 to register with balance due later).
Or, apply for an American Glass Guild scholarship, visit The James C. Whitney Memorial Scholarship (deadline Feb. 28, 2019).
Formal Instruction takes place Monday through Friday from 10 a.m - 5 p.m. with a break at 1PM for lunch unless otherwise noted.
Open Studio for independent exploration & painting every evening!
Links listed below are the lodging options within five miles of Kathy Jordan’s studio. Shuttle service can be arranged from these locations.
All Sessions offer the option of
- Communal Lodging, continental breakfast and communal dinners in "his" & "hers" guest house steps away from studio. $395.
For those who are interested, please contact Kathy Jordan.
* Please indicate if you are interested in sharing a room. We will do our best to pair you with another interested student that wishes to defray costs.
Shuttle service from Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) can be arranged.
WHAT TO BRING?
Tools are supplied for these workshops. If you have personal tools which you would like to use, by all means bring them along. A personal respirator is always a good idea when working with glass pigments but dust masks will be supplied for your convenience.