Fun Fused-Glass Classes for Up to Two, Four, or Eight at The Studio of Deenie Pacik (Up to 59% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Fused-glass artist guides groups of two, four, or eight students as they turn precut glass, powder, and frit into works of vitreous art

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. limit 1 per visit. Reservations required at least 5 days in advance; subject to availability. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from Three Options

  • $54 for a Fun Fused-Glass class for up to two (up to a $108 value). Classes take place Monday, Thursday, and Friday, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon and include all tools and materials.
  • $99 for the above class for up to four (up to a $216 value)
  • $179 for the above class for up to eight (up to a $432 value)

Each class can have up to eight participants.

The Studio of Deenie Pacik

Artist Deenie Pacik, armed with nearly two decades of crafting fused-glass artwork and teaching at schools such as Franklin Pierce University, imparts her expertise during a variety of classes. In Deenie's fully equipped home studio, small groups of students learn to fuse dichroic glass and powder into everything from shiny pendants to new work boots for Cinderella's cousin. Projects transform into translucent objets d’art in the glass kiln, which, as Deenie tells the Warwick Beacon, heats glass at three times the temperature used to bake a pizza, or eight billion times the heat used to glaze an ice sculpture.

The Studio of Deenie Pacik

Artist Deenie Pacik, armed with nearly two decades of crafting fused-glass artwork and teaching at schools such as Franklin Pierce University, imparts her expertise during a variety of classes. Working out of Deenie's fully equipped home studio, small groups of students learn to fuse dichroic glass and powder into everything from shiny pendants to new work boots for Cinderella's cousin. Projects transform into translucent objets d’art in the glass kiln, which, as Deenie tells the Warwick Beacon, heats glass at three times the temperature used to bake a pizza, or eight billion times the heat used to glaze an ice sculpture.

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