The Studio, Wysteria, Fanny’s Lane, Sandford, Devon EX17 4NA
Masterclass workshops can be arranged to study:

* Traditional glass painting
* Enamel glass painting
* Developing a project from initial design to final project
* Making a leaded panel

Courses will be run with a minimum of three people over a period of 3 or 4 days, or by negotiation. There will be full coverage of the technical skills required to produce a small piece of work by the end of the course. Materials will be provided, and kiln firing done in the studio. There will also be an overview of historical and contemporary work to give a contextual background.

The studio can be hired out for artists who would like to produce their own work. Facilities include a gas-fired kiln for painting, a small sandblaster and general glass working tools including engraving equipment. Please enquire if you are interested.

Lectures on the history of stained glass from the medieval period to contemporary architectural developments can be arranged, either as part of a practical workshop, or as a stand alone event.

The studio is situated near to Crediton – a mid-Devon market town. Sandford village has two good pubs and a shop, and a pleasant environment and community. It is in the middle of a very beautiful rural farming area, with good walks and views. Exeter is about 10 miles away and there are 6 buses per day.

There is a variety of bed and breakfast accommodation available in the village from ‘en famillle’ to quite ‘posh’. In the pub or local farmhouses.

Train: To Exeter St. Davids, and then to Crediton which is about 2 miles away.
National Express or Berry’s Superfast to Tiverton or Exeter.
Driving – about half an hour from the M5; or A30 to the south.

Please contact Penny for details and to discuss what you require.
01363 77 4822

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