boyfriend and I started going to Art For Fun for a date night a few
months ago and got hooked on glass fusion. Artist/studio owner/ teacher
Barbara's motto, "you don't have to be an artist to create art" holds
true. On the first night, I created three pairs of earrings and two
pendants from free scrap glass--and my friends and I have received many
compliments when we wear my art! After I've fulfilled my special
gift list for family and friends for the next year (I've already
created jewelry, suncatchers, serving platters and miscellaneous
dishes), I want to learn silk painting, maybe clay sculpturing, or
watercolor techniques). I've brought in two friends for the glass
fusion instruction and also my teenage grandson who's into clay
sculpture and they all have learned from Barbara's expertise and
instruction in her free-flowing classes.
I've checked around and found this glass art class is the best deal
going for price and instruction. And you'll be taught by an
expert--Barbara's a former art teacher and this year placed second in
the International Glass Competition for her 8' long "Jerusalem Wall"
glass mosaic. "