Dichroic Glass Classes
What Is Dichroic Glass?
The word "dichroic" comes from the greek word, "dichroma" meaning two or more colors. This presents when holding a piece of finished dichroic glass. If you tilt the piece a new flash of color presents itself!
Dichroic Glass is what originally inspired Jordan to begin working with glass in 2009. Since then, she has dedicated countless hours to researching dichroic glass, exploring new techniques, and developing her skill. She is the only instructor in the Boston area that can guide you through making art using this medium.
In her classes, Jordan will teach you all the tricks you need to know to create a beautiful set of dichroic glass jewelry. You’ll leave feeling confident with a piece that will have you bragging.
Cancellations made with four weeks or more notice may receive a full-refund. Cancellations made within two weeks are subject to a credit only. We are sorry, but we cannot issue refunds or credits for cancellations made with less than 1-week notice or no-shows.
Alternating Sundays 1-2pm
Join us for this 1-hour class.
Learn the basics of working with dichroic glass to decorate a beautiful pendant.
Learned techniques include cutting straight lines, curved lines, and circles as well as basic knowledge in dichroic glass.
Using this knowledge you will first shape your base piece (black). Then we will move into the art of designing the pendant using the decorating technique.
You will cut, shape, and design dichroic remnants to decorate a pendant.
Great for beginners.
Alternating Sundays 2:30-4:30
Join us for this 2-hour class.
Learn the exciting, yet mysterious art of working with dichroic sheet glass to create a stunning bracelet.
Learned techniques include cutting straight lines, curved lines, and circles as well as advanced knowledge in dichroic glass. You will also gain a brief insight into kiln working.
First, you will select your sheet of dichroic, and then you will work to cut the pieces of the bracelet.
No experience is required for this intermediate level class.
Alternating Sundays 1-4pm
Did you know, The Glass Bar is the ONLY Glass studio that teaches these techniques?
We're going to cover four techniques working with dichroic glass, including decorating with remnants, dichroic sheets, etching, and stacking (pictured above).
Learned techniques include cutting straight lines, curved lines, and circles, advanced knowledge in dichroic glass, and etching techniques. You will also gain insight into kiln working.
Experience is not required for this advanced level workshop.