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  • Fusers’ Group: Wednesday: 7-9pm
    7:00 pm-9:00 pm
    10/21/2020

    Fusers’ Group:  The third Wednesday every month from 7 – 9 pm, this is a discussion group regarding questions about fusing glass. Lynda Sprecher has generously been leading this group on the third Wednesday night of the month at her house. It is open to the public. You don’t have to be a member of OGG/PNWGG to attend the group. However, Zoom invitations will come through emails from OGG/PNWGG.

    This is a reminder that next Wednesday, October 21st will be our next meeting.  All are welcome to join this group to meet with others glass fusers for conversation, ideas, questions, and just to meet others in this medium.  If you have not already sent you email to be included please send it to:  lyndasprecher@gmail .com.

     

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  • Power Carving and Crackle
    10:00 am-4:00 pm
    10/24/2020

    Late registration contact Shirley Bishop: Studio13glassart@gmail.com

     

    Powder Carving is a technique that creates a pottery like texture/design by layering different colored and dampened powder frit onto an opal base. Designs are created with everyday tools and a final batik looking piece is created. Multiple layers of powder and frit will be used.

     

    Crackle is a technique that is often used to create a piece of glass that can be cut up and incorporated as elements in other pieces or used by itself. Many variations of crackle can be created in this project using reactive colors or pieces of silver or copper foil. All tools and materials are supplied.

     

    Instructor: Shirley Bishop –

    Shirley is a native Oregonian who resides in Washougal, WA, who since very young has always been fond of anything glass. In high school she took her first stained glass class as an elective not realizing she’d fallen in love. After many years of her tools in storage and watching her friends explore their creativity, in 2013 she took her first FUSED GLASS class and fell back in love with the art. She got her first kiln that Christmas. She now has a teaching studio and workshop in Washougal, WA on 20 acres with 4 goats and creates beautiful pieces of art glass to use both as decoration and for practical purposes.

    She is a member of the Pacific NW Glass Guild, Washougal Arts & Culture Alliance and a member of Washougal Studio Artists. She recently won 2nd place in the Cascadia Center for Arts & Crafts Isolation Art 2020 contest.

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  • State Meeting: Election of Officers for 2021
    1:00 pm-4:00 pm
    10/25/2020

    Agenda for State Meeting

    Opening statement from our President – Lyn Kennison

    • Why did we change our name to PNW Glass Guild
    • What we have done in 2020
    • Reschedule because of COVID
    • The success of Zoom: videos, play days, website and meetings
    • Membership renewal
    • Facebook and Instagram Pages for PNWglassguild
    • Ask for more nominations from the floor – Mitzi Kugler – Past President
    • Karen Seymour’s video presents “Tacky fusing.”
    • VOTE for board
    • Carlyne’s presentation on the new PNW Glass Guild website
    • Call out to members to volunteer for committees
    • Ask members what they would like to see for 2021 meetings
    • Announce board – Mitzi Kugler – Past President

     

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