Torch Fired Enameling Jewelry Classes on Copper
May 21 – Watercolor Glass
May 22 – Batik Glass
9:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Sign up deadline: May 12, 2022
Class fee: $175 per class or $320 for both classes
Supplies needed: lunch and glasses/googles
All other materials and tools provided
Torch Fired, Watercolor Glass Enameling on Copper
In this class, you will cut shapes from copper sheet metal and forge them into a necklace or ornament. You will learn the 3 stages of the enameling process and use a substrate to draw a design on the copper. You can create your own design to draw or choose from a variety of ideas I’ll share in class. Next, you’ll layer the enamel to create the watercolor look and use a torch to fire the glass from a powder to a solid glass-enameled surface. Wear your newly created art jewelry home.
Torch Fired, Batik Glass Enameling on Copper
In this class, you will cut shapes from copper sheet metal and forge them into a necklace or ornament. You will learn the 3 stages of the enameling process and use an enamel suspension liquid to create the batik pattern. You will be able to choose from a variety of colors and embellishments for your one-of-a-kind art piece. Wear your newly created art jewelry home.
Julie Lukosaitis is the owner of Beadazzled By Julz, a mobile glass art studio. She travels to folk art schools and teaches the ancient arts of torch fired glass bead making, glass enameling and glass blown ornaments. Torch fired glass art is unique, and like most arts the creativity is endless. Watching glass transition from a solid to a liquid and adding layers and techniques is extremely fun but it can be challenging at times. She enjoys sharing her glass art skills and meeting creative fun people.
- If you would like to pay with cash or check, please call LOLA Arts at (715) 547-3950 to reserve your spot in class.
- Refund Policy – No refunds will be given after the registration deadline. Classes will only be cancelled due to weather if Northland Pines School district cancels.
- LOLA Arts has lifted its mask requirement for in-person events and classes effective May 23rd, 2022. LOLA visitors and students who want to wear a mask are more than welcome to do so. Moving forward, any mask or COVID-19 precaution policies or changes to current policies will align with the CDC recommendations based on COVID-19 community levels.
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
9:00 am - 4:00 pm