STAINED GLASS CLASSES with Tilsner Artist Ruth Lund
Welcome to Glass Class! I teach my students how to become a stained glass artist. I teach leaded glass, copper foil technique and Mosaic application. Classes are held on a regular basis in my Studio Space at the Tilsner Artist Lofts.
CLASSES THRU ST. PAUL COMMUNITY ED: for beginning and advanced students. Taught right here at the Tilsner, 300 Broadway Street.. Register throughhttp://www.commed.spps.org Class will be held on Monday evenings starting January 27th, and again in April starting the 7th.
At Metal Heart Jewelry you can learn a wide range of jewelry making techniques. Fabrication is the primary method of making contemporary jewelry. Wires and flat sheets of metal are cut, formed, hammered, pressed and soldered into pendants, rings, earrings, bracelets and chains. Casting is another way to create in metal. Casting allows for more sculptural, or organic forms to made first in wax then in metal. Once a piece of jewelry is fabricated or cast, stones can be set and the piece is finished. Silver is the most popular metal to work in at Metal Heart Jewelry, but people also work in copper, brass, nickel and gold. You can find out more about jewelry making at: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
Classes are held in the Casket Arts Building in Northeast Minneapolis.