Kiln Size Needed: 12" x 12" kiln shelf for Cosmic Bowls and 7" x 7" shelf for pebble bowls
Equipment/Machinery Needed: None
At long last! In this two hour adventure, Tanya will create 3 projects using two different techniques. Create gorgeous reactive pebble bowls using the wonderful world of reactive glass with a special element that will cause beautiful rings of colors and hues in your artwork that will leave your viewers in awe and wonder how you did that?! A thorough reactive lesson is given before the projects even start and detailed handouts are given for this exciting video class. After two reactive pebble bowls are made, Tanya introduces her never-before-seen new Cosmic Bowl series. You will be seriously addicted to this new technique which resembles blown glass through multiple firings. Tanya is also hosting a spectacular private student Facebook group (link found in the class handouts) where she will continue your education and give you over 10 more of her secret recipes that make her breathtaking reactive pebble bowls so popular. Even more great news, there is no coldworking or special equipment involved in these techniques! This video has been in the making a long time and you will not be disappointed.
How to Watch: Add this class to your cart and purchase as you would any other item. Once purchased, your video will be available instantly for lifetime access and may be streamed in your aaeglass.com video library. If there are handouts associated with the video class, they will also be located in your library and ready for download. You may watch the video by full length version or by chapter for easy reference. View full screen by selecting the four-arrow icon at the bottom right of the video frame. You must be logged into your AAE account to purchase and watch your video. There are no refunds on video classes and no exceptions to this policy. Please e-mail customer service prior to purchasing if you have questions. Thank you.
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