Introduction to Leaded Glass (Stained Glass)

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What you will learn:

01

Class 1:

  • About the instructor
  • Introduction to Lead
  • Tools and Supplies Specific for Lead

Class 2:

  • Safety
  • Pattern Planning

Class 3:

  • Choosing glass
02

Class 4:

  • Layout and cutting glass
  • Working with Lead Came

Class 5:

  • Soldering

Class 6:

  • Safety
03

Class 7:

  • Cementing a panel

Class 8:

  • Cleaning and polishing

Class 9:

  • Lead overlay and decorative solder demo

BONUS

  • BONUS Class: How to make a project board for lead glass
  • Bonus Class: How to reinforce a lead glass panel
  • Rose Panel pattern
  • Lancet Panel pattern
  • Maui Panel pattern
  • Instructions for mixing your own cement for lead panels
  • Supplies List
Introduction to Leaded Glass (Stained Glass)
Introduction to Leaded Glass (Stained Glass)
Introduction to Leaded Glass (Stained Glass)

About this stained glass course

Leaded glass panels are preferred for architectural installation (exterior windows, doors, sidelights, transoms, etc) because they are flexible enough to withstand changes in temperature and opening/closing of doors. This is an advanced course on stained glass that relies on basic skills learned from the copper foil (Tiffany) method of stained glass.
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Intro to Leaded Glass

Time table:
9 hours

Level:
Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Glass Artists

Main objective:
Design and execute a pattern design in lead.

Prerequisite:
None

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About the instructor

Cheryl Peterson
Red Dragon Glass Art

Cheryl started working with stained glass in 2005. She uses her background in graphic design and combines kiln formed glass to create original, fun and unique designs. Cheryl works in both foil and lead methods of stained glass, creating original designs, three dimensional creations and lead restorations. She is an affiliate member of the Stained Glass Association of America and former president of the Glass Art Guild of Utah. Her commission work and restorations can be found is private residences and businesses across the United States.