Easy Stained Glass: Glass Painting (Online)

There's something about the nostalgic and timeless beauty of stained glass… but genuine stained glass comes with a hefty price tag. If you love the look of light shining through color, making your own stained glass can be easier and less expensive than you thought. No cutting of glass, no lead, and no foiling or soldering! In this workshop learn an easy process where you can achieve the beautiful results of stained glass using glass paints. You can use these techniques for glass panels, windows in your own home, or gift your creative pieces to love ones. Mitra Verma has recently emigrated from India. For 10+ years she held workshops in painting, puppet-making, basket weaving, and more. A versatile artist herself, she makes this a fun and accessible art class. You'll leave with a lovely piece of art and be ready to make more on your own. NOTE: This course will be offered via Google Meet. Register now and then prior to class the instructor will send you the link to attend. Look for an email with "CFU Online class" in the subject line. Good internet connection and a laptop or device with camera and mic is needed.

Dates:January 23, 2021 Check for other dates
Meets:One Sat., 1-3:30PM 01/23 (MT)
Location:ONLINE: Via Google Meet
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
Notes:Class time is in MT. $30 for materials purchased by student prior to class, please supply list here: https://www.freeu.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Mitra-Verma-glass-painting.pdf. Good internet connection and a laptop or device with camera and mic is needed. Look for an email from your instructor with the subject line CFU Online class for the link. Be ready to log on and join the meeting 5-10 minutes prior to the class start time so you will be ready when class begins.

Sorry, this course has been cancelled. Please contact our office to see if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.

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