Instructor Freddy Faerron
April 28-30, 2017
Learn the secrets of the fuming color wheel—also known as rainbow fuming—and how to effectivel apply crushed opal. Students will also learn how to bring out the ‘mirror’ shine when fuming surfaces.
Faerron has been working in borosilicate for over two decades. He authored a 6,000+ word explanation of fuming in its finest detail. This instructional text is included in the class fee and yours to take home.
This workshop includes lots of hands-on and guided application time each day. Students are encouraged to bring a notebook. Students must have experience in borosilicate flameworking to take this class.
Session I: April 28-30th, 2017 / Friday, Saturday, and Sunday / 10AM-5PM (1/2 hour lunch break)
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC LECTURE
“My Travels and How I Found the Fumed Rainbow”
Thursday, April 27, 2017 / 5:30 – 7PM
Free for SGS Members
There is a $30 material fee for this class, payable to Freddy Faerron at the beginning of class.
Please wear natural fabric clothing, closed toed shoes and have hair pulled back.
You can bring your own lunch or purchase lunch through Bronwen on the day of class. There is a refrigerator and microwave available along with a water cooler.
-Fine Point reamer
-10 to 12 inch tweezers
-2×3 inch paddle marver or larger
-Marble mold with multiple sizes or a single infinite mold (molds available at SGS for use)
-Needle nose pliers
-Clear face shield for fuming (not mandatory)
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