|Introduction to Flameworking and Blown Glass Ornaments
This course will introduce you to the magic art of glassmaking and give you the opportunity to
create your own blown German style glass ornaments! This class is designed to give students a
basic overview of flameworking, a method using glass rods or tubes and a blowtorch to heat and
manipulate the glass. Plus, an assortment of colorful glass frits to personalize your creation. The
class will also review hot shop safety and proper use of equipment. You will develop a strong
foundation through demonstrations and supervised work with individualized attention from the
instructor. This is a great class to make as an annual tradition with family and friends. Classes
offered year round. *No previous experience required.
Same day appointments available. Schedule today
|Corporate Image Group Glass Studio and Gallery, a family-owned business based in Richardson,
Texas, that manufactures recognition awards and Glass art media. After two decades of
experience in laser engraving, etching, computer-aided design and now Glass art media.
Join Benjamin Casey as he teaches how to blow German style glass ornaments, in a fun,
semi-private class. Each student receives 6 glass tubes and an assortment of colorful glass frits
and stringers to personalize there creations. After kiln annealing, your handmade ornaments will
be ready for pick up! Classes offered year round. This is a great class to make as an annual
tradition with family and friends.
We have full service art gallery and glass studio. Lampworking is used to create artwork, including
figurines, models of animals, models of botanical subjects, trinkets, curios, christmas tree
ornaments, beads, marbles, pendents, scientific instruments, gifts and much more. We also have
a state-of-the-art flameworking studio with torch and annealing kiln.
|512-680-0759 / 800-368-6468 / email@example.com
600 South Sherman St., Suite 122, Richardson, TX 75081 /
|Flame working Demos are live, narrated demonstrations of glass working at a 3,000 degree Fahrenheit gas
and oxygen-powered torch. Expert flame workers demonstrate the glass making technique of forming objects
from rods and tubes of glass at a torch, and talks you through the process. Each show takes about 15
minutes. During the show, you’ll see the flame worker melt the rods and tubes in the flame and then shape the
softened glass into any variety of shapes, from glass animals, beads, marbles, sculptures, vessels.
Shows take place on Saturday, throughout the day, in the Glass Studio.
|Flame working Demos live!
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