Friday, June 3, 1:00 – 4:30 PM; Saturday, June 5, 11:30 AM – 4:30 PM
$225. Space is limited, reservations required. Children age 12 and up can take this class if accompanied by a paying adult. Contact Doreen Carey at 267.502.2981 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book your spot today!
Within the medieval cathedral, the sacred space was transformed by shafts of colored light passing through stained glass windows. For hundreds of years this art form was available only to the church and the royals of the land. Using techniques which date from the Gothic period, students in this introductory class will learn to cut glass and assemble a small panel with lead came. No experience is necessary.
About the Instructor: J. Kenneth Leap has been painting on glass for 25 years. He currently holds a position as the Education Chair of the American Glass Guild. He is the Stained Glass Artist in Residence at Glencairn Museum. He is an associate artist at the Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center in Millville, NJ where he maintains a studio and offers additional classes. For more information please visit www.jkennethleap.com.