Cincinnati, OH, February 22, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- During these "Warm Glass" classes students and artists learn to create from recycled and re -purposed glass sources and special Thompson Enamels.
Recycling “glass into Art” techniques are taught by accomplished artist and sculptor, Joseph Drury.
While these techniques can be applied to enameling on any surface, the primary focus is how to apply enamels to glass for the creation of Sculpture, Jewelry, Window Hangings, Bowl and Plate forms.
These workshops are suitable for all students beginning through advanced. Beginning students learn safety, proper ways to apply and fire the enamel. Each student produces at least one art work per session. All materials are supplied for the workshops. Workshops are limited to only 12 students per session.
Artists and Students can register now by contacting Joe Drury directly at (859) 240-0046, email email@example.com, www.JoeDrury.Com, http://www.glassartists.org/Mst2333_DruryDesignArt.asp
Or Thompson Enamel at (859) 291-3800, email firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Wednesday Evenings From 6:30 P.M. till 9:30 P.M. By Appointment
Saturday Afternoons From 2:00P.M till 5:00P.M. By Appointment
Where: Thompson Enamel, 650 Colfax Avenue, Bellevue, KY, 41073