Specialty Workshops

 

 

 

 

Proposed Saturday class in basic box construction and/or 3-D construction of lamps, etc.

 

Right now we need input to see how many folks would be interested in doing this on a Saturday, what you'd like to learn to make, if you want a simple one day overview that is mostly demonstration or would like a multi-week class that will give you the chance to make something and experience all of the steps, etc.

The soonest possible start date would be June 1st.  If you are interested, please weigh in on the start date as well.  

The class fee will, as always,  be reasonable but until I know what everybody needs and how many weeks the class will run I can't estimate it yet.

To provide input, email to gary.dodge@dodgestudio.com
Thanks.


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2 hour Dichroic Pendant Workshop

Class length:  About 2 hours

Class fee:  $27.00 includes all materials

******No Prerequisites******

Work with tons of fun materials including:  frit, luster, stringer, dichroic glass, dichroslide, decals, confetti and more!

Finish your creations with silver plated jewelry bails.

Find 3 or more friends to join you and you can set your own date and time!

For more information call 845-221-2096

       

 

 

Mosaic Garden Stones- (The "applied" method)

Total time: about 6 hours

Class fee:  $75.00 includes all materials

******No Prerequisites******

Learn to make decorative garden stones by the applied method.  Mosaic designs are applied directly to a pre-cast concrete stone.

Students will have several designs to choose from including the two shown at right.

The evening class will spend the first two sessions doing the mosaic and will return the third week to finish the stone.

The Saturday class will start with a single four hour session followed by a two hour session for finishing.

 


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