Holiday Glass Magic
Create beautiful glass artwork!


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$ Multi-class Credit

Take 3 KAN classes in the same year and receive a $15 credit toward a future KAN class, or toward a 1-year KAN membership fee. Offer not available to Life Drawing sessions.

Cancellation Policy

With 7 days notice, we will offer a credit or refund. With less than 7 days but at least 48 hours notice, we will offer a credit. Otherwise, no refund or credit will be given, including if a student does not attend. We thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

Gov't Protocols

KAN will be following protocols regarding COVID-19 that are in place at the time this class occurs.

Are you captivated by light dancing on water or ice glistening in the moonlight? Then you might love glass fusing and the magic of kiln forming as your glass design is transformed into a work of art.

In this interactive and hands-on workshop, you will explore the properties of glass, basic colour and layering techniques, as well as how glass is shaped, fused, and finished before being kiln fired.

There will be lots of time for experimentation and development as you choose your colours and add accents using frit, stringers, and nuggets to create your unique pieces of holiday art. Terry will take your pieces to be fired in her studio kiln, and a week later you will be rewarded when you see your beautiful everlasting glass creations. Note: actual projects might vary from images here.

Students will be asked to sign a waiver, read and comply with studio safety guidelines, and bring a few safety related items from home. A list will be provided upon registration.


Level: No experience required
Maximum size: 8
Available seats: 4
We do accept names for a waiting list.

Materials fee: $45 includes your choice of one kit that includes all materials you will need in class plus Terry’s cost to fire your project at her studio.

KIT OPTIONS – At class, you will choose one of the following.

  1. One Tea Light and one 3″ ornament
  2. Three 3″ ornaments
Artist: Terry Atchison
Terry Atchison is located in Fenelon Falls. Her fascination with refractive light lay originated with on land and underwater photographic studies. Her passion for glass art was a natural transition that began at the Haliburton School of Art & Design. Preferring to show only at local studios, she can be reached at greelngpuvfbanegtynff@tznvy.pbz
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