Textured Glass: Low Relief Fused Glass Panels *In-Person*

Create a low relief mold made with ceramic fiber (a soft material easily cut or torn) on top of which 3 layers of glass (8” x 11”) will be kiln-fired at 1500*. The glass sheets will become one solid piece and take the imprint of the texture and the shapes of the fiber pieces exactly like you handcrafted it. You will have the option to bring colors to your project by cutting colored pieces of thin transparent fusible glass. Your instructor will fire your creation in his own kiln. A $135.00 materials fee per student will be included in the tuition. Your glass creation will be returned to you ready to be displayed in a sturdy custom wooden frame. No previous glass experience is necessary. Instructor: Michel L'Huillier

Sections

KILN-SU21.01

Start Date

August 28, 2021

Time

2:00pm

Location

CCAE

Cost

$195.00

Availability

6

Saturday 2-4pm. August 28.

Note: Students must wear closed toes shoes. Safety glasses are required if you do not wear eyeglasses.

This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

Instructors: Michel L'Huillier

KILN-FA21.01

Start Date

October 3, 2021

Time

10:00am

Location

CCAE

Cost

$195.00

Availability

8

Sunday, October 3, 10am - 12pm.

Note: Students must wear closed toes shoes. Safety glasses are required if you do not wear eyeglasses.

This class will meet in-person at CCAE with a limited student capacity. Please view our In-Person Class Guidelines prior to enrolling.

Instructors: Michel L'Huillier

Instructor

Michel L'Huillier

Michel is a stained glass and fused glass artist, specializing in architectural commissions. He also creates fused and etched objects that are in display in many New England art galleries. Michel has been teaching stained glass and fused glass at various venues in Metro Boston since 2003.

Born in Nancy, France, Michel L'Huillier has called Boston his home for 25 years. Before discovering his love for visual arts and glass he was, and still remains, an avid reader of French poetry (Stephane Mallarme, Francis Ponge), theater (Jean Giraudoux), and philosophy (Cioran, Rolland Barthes). He's eager to share his love of the French language with you.

Website: michellhuillierglass.com