Private Fused Glass Jewelry Making Class
Everything you need to know
Celebrate a birthday party, girls night out party, date night out party, networking event, or any other occasion. Bring your friends, spend time together and have fun making your own original fused glass pendant, or earrings. All supplies will be provided. You will use different shapes of precut glass and will be able to design your own piece of glass jewelry. Now is your chance to prove that you can do better than what you see at the boutique. You will have the chance to try to cut a piece of glass, use special paints and design your personal jewelry set. Your instructor will guide you through the entire process and will help you to realize your own unique idea.
- Bring and your friends and learn how to make your own fused glass pendant, or earrings
- Have the chance to try cutting a piece of glass, using special paints, and create your own design
- All supplies to make your pendant, or earrings are provided for you
- Snacks are provided, and you are welcome to BYOB
Skillit will last:
2-4 hours hours
Once your Skillit is confirmed, changes may be made at the discretion of the provider and must be arranged directly with them.
Provide your necessary details for the experience.
The Maker will confirm the booking, or suggest alternatives.
Have a wonderful time. See you on your next Skillit!
Gallery, Painter, Sculptor, glass designer Evelina Mayner graduated from the Vilnius Art Academy with an MA in Art History and Stained Glass. There she studied not just various stained glass techniques but also painting, drawing, art history, history of cultures, civilization, philosophy and other subjects required for a professional artist. In the summer of 2001, she spent time studying painting and drawing at the International Summer Academy in Salzburg, Austria. In 2007 she moved to the US, working in the stained glass business of her father, Alfredas. Her biggest inspiration is from traveling and living in different countries, exploring different cultures and visiting famous museums and galleries. Evelina has lived in Lithuania, Ukraine, Russia, Austria, Germany and Italy, before she moved to Canada.