BUNDLE: Pattern and Flow in Stained Glass Mosaic and Precision Cutting Stained Glass for Mosaic with Jennifer Kuhns
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Enjoy both of Jennifer's informative and in-depth stained glass mosaic online courses with a savings. Read below for both descriptions of Jennifer's courses included in this bundle:
Precision Cutting Stained Glass for Mosaic
Jennifer Kuhns is a master at precision cutting stained glass for mosaic, and this course, Precision Cutting for Stained Glass Mosaics is for anyone who enjoys (or wants to enjoy) creating mosaic art with stained glass. If you are interested in creating stained glass mosaics, we highly recommend this course before moving onto Jennifer’s Glass on Glass Mosaics course.
Jennifer has spent years honing her skills by working with different tools to discover which ones work best. In this course she will walk students through the steps of understanding stained glass. How to use the tools and understand the best options for getting started. For those that have struggled in the past making specific cuts she will guide you to success. Students will start with simple cuts, then move to more challenging ones including deep curves and circles. Once you have practiced a few of these cuts you will work alongside Jennifer as she creates an entire mosaic in real time. You can also try her more challenging templates as your skills improve with each mosaic.
Jennifer shares many of the tips and techniques that will open a whole new world of stained glass to you. Jennifer also gives a grouting demonstration in which she teaches the best way to grout a glass-on-glass piece and avoid "grout bleed." This course includes many template options from the basic to more challenging. This way, you can continue to practice and create this style of mosaic art on your own. The project created can be created on any substrate and learning to cut stained glass into your desired shapes is the key to producing a successful precision cut mosaic piece.
Included in this course is a PDF for download of the suggested tools, materials, and resources. You will also find patterns for download to create your precision stained glass mosaics.
Pattern and Flow in Stained Glass Mosaic
Are you someone sitting on a mountain..okay…maybe a small pile of rich colorful stained glass, and you want to learn how to use it to create beautiful mosaic art? Do you look at the work of other artists and wonder how they create beautiful lines of movement and flow in stained glass?
Well look no further, as we have invited Jennifer Kuhns to bring her talents and experience exclusively here to Mosaic Arts Online with her latest course, “Pattern and Flow in Stained Glass Mosaic.”
Stained glass mosaics have endless potential and can be manipulated in ways that other mosaic art materials cannot. Many traditional mosaic principles can influence the way stained glass pieces are used in creating mosaic art. Throughout this course Jennifer will point out how you can learn from the ancient mosaics while applying the methods in a contemporary way.
In this course you will learn:
- Jennifer’s favorite tools for cutting stained glass
- A basic lesson in cutting stained glass
- Specific terminology used in mosaic art
- How to cut stained glass to create curved lines
- How to create directionality with specific cuts
- How to create a randomized grid
- How to create a radiating pattern
- How to make glass pieces follow the contours of shapes within the composition
- How to create a pattern and flow sample board for reference
Jennifer includes a variety of unconventional patterns for download in this course. These can be used to create stained glass mosaics for backgrounds, focal points, and any other place that is appropriate for your mosaic projects.
As you learn Jennifer’s techniques, you will be able to apply them with your own style as
Jennifer Kuhns has been creating fine art mosaics since 2001. Her award winning work ranges from strikingly realistic to decorative, highly-designed mosaic installations. She has been featured in many exhibits and galleries throughout the country, and works primarily with stained glass, carefully shaping each piece for assemblage into stylized, exquisite mosaic art. Her public art and community projects demonstrate a rare ability to engage, educate and create community with all ages and socio-economic groups. Jennifer lives and works on a small farm in rural Western WA where she creates custom mosaics for private, corporate and public spaces.