$47 for Introductory or Intermediate Stained-Glass, Fusing, or Mosaic Class at Glassique (Up to $125 Value)

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Design & fabricate leaded or foiled sun-catcher, fused piece of jewelry, or tiled trivet in three- to six-hour classes

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Glassique - Lake City: $47 for Introductory or Intermediate Stained-Glass, Fusing, or Mosaic Class at Glassique (Up to $125 Value)

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$47 for One Introductory or Intermediate Stained-Glass, Fusing, or Mosaic Class (Up to a $125 Value)

Students in stained-glass classes create an original sun-catcher by using leading or Tiffany–style foiling techniques, and fusing students forego barriers between pieces of cut glass and instead melt them together to make jewelry. Artist Gretchen Fuller leads mosaic classes, sharing her expertise through the cutting, grouting, and finishing of one trivet, coaster, or small wall decoration to hide fire and water damage. Classes range from three to six hours and may be held in two days; check the schedule for specifics. Glassique provides all glass and supplies for each class.


In 1979, a job repairing and restoring church windows illuminated Richard Heath's passion for glass art, which is now embodied in his design and teaching studio, Glassique. Working with the church's leaded glass spurred Heath to earn a certificate in the restoration of Tiffany works and delve into other fabrication methods such as fusing and foiling. Thereafter, he opened Glassique's first incarnation in San Diego and announced the event by making the stained-glass sign that still decorates the shop.

Missing family, Heath relocated Glassique to be with his four children in Seattle, settling the business in a 2,000-square-foot showroom with a studio for the creation of original commissions and custom reproductions. He and a small team of artists also hold comprehensive 2-D glass art classes. Heath's intricate commissioned work—including a glass portrait of John Wayne—proves that he thinks big. “We don’t teach little things,” Heath told Maple Leaf Life in 2011. “We teach the real art of stained glass.”

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    Lake City

    13751 Lake City Way N.E.

    Suite #124

    Seattle, Washington 98125


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