Oh, Tannenbaum Ornament
(with Artist, Vicki Schneider)
Sunday, December 10th from 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Create a festive Christmas tree you can use as a suncatcher or ornament. You will start by cutting pieces of glass to make your tree design. Basic cutting techniques will be taught. Then make your tree distinctive by decorating it with colorful glass strings, small nipped circles, and crushed glass. Your tree will be placed in a kiln to fuse the pieces together.
This workshop does not take place on the Roycroft Campus, but at the instructor’s studio Expressive Glass (3333 Lake Shore Rd, Hamburg, NY 14219), near the Woodlawn Beach between the Ford and steel plants on Route 5. Students should wear clothes that are at least 80% natural fibers (not rayon or polyester), tie back long hair, wear closed shoes/sneakers, and do not wear loose necklaces or bracelets. No experience is necessary. All materials and supplies will be provided for the class. NOTE: Your work will be available for pick up after they have been annealed (heated and cooled gradually to remove thermal stress) approximately 1-3 days after the class. If you prefer, your ornament can be shipped to you for an additional $7 payable to the instructor.
Vicki Schneider’s fascination with glass dates back to a field trip she took as a young child to the Corning Museum of Glass. In 2006 she melted her first rod of glass and her love affair with flameworking began. Vicki has studied with some of the world’s most highly respected glass artists, including world-renown Venetian sculptors Emilio Santini and Lucio Bubacco. She opened Expressive Glass in 2009 to share her passion and introduce others to the magic of flameworking. Ms. Schneider is a NYS certified teacher and international speaker, and her work is sold at prestigious venues, including the GlassMarket at the Corning Museum of Glass and WheatonArts The Gallery of Fine Craft (Milville, NJ). In 2015, she was selected by Glassation.com as one of “18 Game-Changing Female Glass Artists.” She has earned Juried Artist status and co-chairs the jury for the Arts & Craftsmen Guild.
Class Tuition: $45 tuition + $15 Supplies =
$60 Total Cost
Registration is required and seating is limited (Max. of 4 students).
This workshop is NOT on the Campus
If you have any questions please call the Roycroft Campus at 716-655-0261 or email us.