Glass & Mosaic Classes in Naples, FL.
Art Classes in Naples Florida
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Beginners and open studio members all share the same studio hours on Sunday, &Thursday afternoons from 12-4:30 from October through May
New this year - Themed night classes! Scroll down to learn more!
No prior glass experience or artistic ability required! Everyone can make a beautiful creation no matter wat their skill level or experience!
How it works: If you or your group wants to want to make a project, contact me to join a studio session on a desired Sunday, Monday or Thursday afternoon and I will let you know if there is room. Other times including evenings can be arranged for private groups.
See the pdf below for Glass A La Carte projects to choose from.
Next season in addition to project A LA Carte sessions where you choose from a menu of projects, I will be having themed evening classes for a creative night out!
My first two themed evening classes including a deli dinner will be:
10/24. 5:30-8:30 Fused Glass Mosaic Fun! Make a tack fused 9 inch mosaic plate or bowl, either abstract or using a clip art template. $85
Mosaic a 10 by 10 Mosaic Mirror Mosaic a mirror with tile (finished white or black frames are 17 by 17) $95
Ticket sign ups will be available closer to the time. OR to reserve a spot contact me at: email@example.com
Make an 8 by 10 cheese/serving board with matching knife $85.00
Make an 10 by 12 cheese/serving board with matching knife $95.00
Make a 9 inch fused glass bowl or plate $85.00
Make a set of 4 inch coasters $64.00 (each additional one is $16 each)
Make a 4 Section Appetizer Swoop Dish (8.5 inch) $85.00
Make a 5 by 5 slumped plate. $60.00
Make a 6 by 6 slumped plate. $65.00
Make a Spoon Rest Holder $65.00
Make a 7 by 7 trivet $60.00
Make a Rectangular Serving dish - various sizes - $95.00 - $120.00
Make a 7 inch round plate $70.00
Make a 13 inch extra large platter (inside 7.5 inches) $100.00
Drawer/cabinet/bifold door knob $20.00 each
Drawer/Cabinet Kitchen and Bathroom Pulls $24.00 each
Make a large napkin or guest towel holder (includes dichroic) $70.00
Make glass flowers (has stems) $20- $70 depending on size
Make a 6 by 8 wall vase $65.00
Make a 17 by 17 mosaic mirror (mirror is 12 by 12) 90.00
Make a fused glass dichroic Mezuzah $32.00
Make a votive or Yarzeit candle holder $60.00
Mosaic a Mezuzah $26.00
Make Christmas ornaments $22 each and 3 for $55.00
Make a 8 1/4 by 5 1/2 slumped serving/candy dish $70.00
Make a 9 inch fused glass face, object or design $75.00
Make a fused glass dichroic pendant $20.00 and/or barrette $23.00
Mosaic a small picture frame $20. 00
Mosaic a canasta tray $55.00 (includes rotating tray)
Make A Chanukah menorah or Sedar Plate or a Clock $100 - 140 Depending on size/materials
Make a Challah board with matching bread knife $120.00
Make a large bowl or platter $110-140
Check out my Open Studio Options for more economical and ongoing ways to continue with glass and mosaics
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My newest creation on commission
Visit the Gallery in the menu above to get a sample of my colorful work with glass and mosaics.
Enjoy viewing and creating "glass with an attitude! "
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I started making glass and mosaic creations eight years ago. My studio is in claymore Ceramics at 5560 Shirley St in Naples. I teach small private classes and have open studio, as well as teach glass projects a la carte for a taste of glass.I am a Naples resident and spend summers at the Jersey shore. I am also a self-help and mental health author. I have published 9 books and 2 therapeutic card decks. My latest book is""A Year of Self Esteem: Daily Reflections and Practices for Embracing Your Worth." My website, Belmont Wellness, features my books and free emotional wellness handouts and worksheets.
These pictures in the link below are samples of some student glass and mosaic projects. Most of these projects were done by people taking their very first class in glass. Many thought they had no talent!