That is our friend, Guy Kass of Kass Glass and Serendipity Glass. Guy is a wonderful man and a talented artist. His glass skill range is broad and his generosity is apparently endless. The nature of his work is production, ranging from sandblasting to hot glass for the consumer and corporate markets. Recently Guy moved his facility to Morristownship just down the road from Glassworks Studio. Since then he has been instrumental in assisting us with engraving special award projects for local non-profit groups, sandblasting cusotmers fused work and allowing us to use his kiln to keep up with our crazy amount of business over Spring Break. We owe Guy a huge debt of gratitude and would like to publicly thank him and help him out in any way we can.
So here is our plug for classes being offered at Serendipity Glass 32 Woodland Avenue Morristown, NJ 973-267-1271. Tell Guy Glasworks sent you.
Photopolymer Mask and Masking
Sat May 19th and Sunday May 20th: this class is a tour de force of many methods for masking glass for both etching and painting as well as working with both micas and paints. Further information is available at http:/kaiserglass.com/description.html
Images on Glass
Monday May 21st and Tuesday May 22nd : This class is all about creating images, both by hand and on the computer to be transferred to glass.
Experience with glass is useful, but not mandatory. the cost of each class is $350 which includes all materials and processing plus lunch on the first day.
For questions please contact Barry Kaiser at 336-294-4153 or find more information at http://kaiserglass.com/classdecal.html