Rainy Saturday at the Glass School

>Its a dreary downtown day; the sky’s a charcoal gray, but here at the Washington Glass School, we don’t need the sun to shine! Below is a quick photo tour around the place on this wet spring Saturday :
Lino-cut Printmaking with Cast Glass panels class powers on:

Instructor Kirk Waldroff checks on a student as he grinds & coldworks his cast glass panel.

Carving into the lino blocks

Inking the glass panels


Pulling a Print – Nancy Donnelly takes us through the process.


The glass block and the print side by side.

While in the Flameworking studio, test glass color samples being made:

Rob Kincheloe works color combos for a fused glass camouflage pattern background. Here Rob talks of the color options with Kirk Waldroff.

A modern PETA-friendly animal mounting.


In the back studio – artists working on artwork / sculpture components
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Matt Duffy works on his steel and glass sculpture components.


Michael Janis works on a sgraffitto panel to be shown at Glass Weekend in New Jersey.

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