Glass Fusing with Oxides

$137.00

Explore traditional ceramic colorants…in glass! We’ll visit different types of oxides and carbonates that work with glass, which formulas work best, and how to adjust your formulas. Safety first! All safety protocols will be thoroughly explained to keep you working without worry. And if just exploring wasn’t enough, we’ll do lots of projects using oxides too! Don’t miss this colorful journey into new materials.

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In-Depth Instructions

Available on Desktop, Mobile and Tablet

What You Will Learn

Class 01: Getting Started

  • Materials
  • Terminology
  • Safety
  • SDS sheets
  • Measuring and mixing

Class 02: Iron Oxides

  • Red/Yellow/Black iron oxides
  • Samples and Percentages
  • Safety considerations
  • Henna design projects with float and fusible art

Class 03: Copper Oxides and Carbonates

  • Oxides vs. Carbonates
  • Samples and percentages
  • Safety Considerations
  • Copper waves projects with float and fusible art

Class 04: Cobalt Carbonate

  • Samples and Percentages
  • Safety Considerations
  • Cobalt and copper projects with float and fusible art

Class 05: Greens

  • Green Chrome Oxide and Nickel Carbonate Samples and Percentages
  • Safety Considerations
  • Greens swirls projects with float and fusible art

Class 06: Manganese Oxide and Carbonate

  • Samples and Percentages
  • Safety Considerations
  • Purple flowers project with float and fusible art glass

Class 07: Lighten up!

  • Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide
  • Samples and Percentages
  • Mixing with other oxides for color gradients
  • Abstract projects with fusible and float glass

Class 08: Other Oxides

  • Neodymium
  • Tin Oxide
  • Burnt Umber
  • Sodium Bicarbonate

Class 09: Wrapping It Up

  • Bonus Materials
  • Safety Protocols and SDS Sheets for oxides and carbonates Materials List
  • Patterns of Projects
  • Scans of all samples

BONUS CLASS!

  • Casting with Oxides: Paperweights with fusible art glass and tempered float glass

BONUS ITEMS:

  • Materials List
  • SDS Sheets
  • Reference List
  • Label Templates – PDF

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Glass Fusing with Oxides

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Glass artists, fused glass artists, anyone who loves glass, playing with a kiln, or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn how to relate textures in your fused glass projects.

Prerequisite:
Requires a kiln.

Additional information

Language

English

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