Glass Garden Stakes – 1pm to 3pm
Explore the wonders of fused glass by creating two unique glass garden stakes. Students will use scraps of colored glass to create their own fun designs on glass tiles. Once the glass has been fused, pieces are then adhered to recycled dining utensils which can then be placed on display in your personal garden.Sign up for this class
20% Member discount
Time: 1pm to 3pm
Class availability limitations: None
Virgil Jones - The Sonoran Glass School
Virgil Jones, Warm Shop Manager
Virgil grew up surrounded by the arts, originally studying dance and ice skating until his mid-teens. He found he was fascinated with the visual arts when he discovered glass as an artistic medium in 2014. Virgil first began glass fusing at Soverow Glass in Birmingham, Alabama. Since moving back to Tucson in the fall of 2014, Virgil began studying glassblowing at Sonoran Glass School. Over the years, Virgil has taught and assisted in a variety of classes focused in glassblowing, torch working, and kiln fusing. At the start of 2018, Virgil moved his focus from glassblowing back to fusing and is now the studio manager for the fusing studio at Sonoran Glass School.