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Ryan Staub’s roll-up of a Fused Glass mosaic panel created by Kathy Engholm
Fused Glass Roll-Ups with Ryan Staub
Have you ever wanted to see your fused glass project turned into a blown glass vessel?
We have an amazing opportunity coming up with Seattle glass artist Ryan Staub to make fused glass roll-ups.
This is a great way to take a fused flat panel and transform it into a blown glass form. Follow along with the Bullseye Tip Sheet 6 (below) as a helpful reference with more information to make your flat panel for a roll-up.
Come join the db Studio roll up information session on Wednesday, November 18th at 3pm or on Saturday, November 21st at 11am.
We will go over how to make your panels as well as what vessel shapes and forms will be available to choose for your roll up.
The panel size will need to be an 8″ x 10″ piece.
db Studio will ship fused panels to Ryan’s Seattle studio by December 1st.
If you would like to watch the roll-up of your piece happen, you can visit his Seattle studio on December 7th.
Fused Glass Roll-Ups with Ryan Staub
Fused Glass Roll-Ups Tip Sheet 6:
Tip Sheet #6
Here’s a video showing the process of a roll up:
For additional Information on Ryan’s work, click the link below:
$150 per person to have your Fused Glass piece
converted into a Blown Glass vessel.
Fee does NOT include studio & class time, instructor guidance,
tools. nor glass allocation that you will need for this project.
Only a few spots left. Reserve your spot now!
Call 509-627-0266 or email
Intro to Fused Glass
December 2nd, OR January 6th 10am-11:30am OR 6:00-7:30pm
Perfect for beginners! Class includes basics in glass fusing and students will make two projects from pre-cut pieces; one plate and one kiln-carved bowl. $150
Pre-Holiday Student Art Show and Sale
Thursday, November 5th, 10am – 9pm !
db Studio students and customers will have their art on display for sale; amazing creative and fun art pieces for your Holiday gift giving.
What a great way to solve your gifting challenges – all in one place.
We’ll have a variety of great Stocking-Stuffers including jewelry, plates, buttons and bowls!
Come browse and become inspired by these artists and think about starting a new hobby in fused glass. Some art will be on display and not for sale.
And, we’ll have refreshments on hand to enliven the experience.
Don’t forget that db Studio is the only art glass studio located in a winery!
The Barnard Griffin Tasting Room as well as the Wine Bar and Eatery are just steps away. What a great way to cap off your shopping expedition to Tulip Lane in Richland!
Platemaking 1 $100
December 3rd, OR January 7th
Another class aimed at beginners- students will learn about glass fusing and cutting and will end up with one 8”x 8” plate.
Beadmaking $150 or $225
One day classes:
November 12th OR
December 17th – 10am-5pm
Two day classes:
January 16th & 17th OR
February 12th &13th – 10am-5pm
This class covers the basics of beadmaking including tools, safety and studio setup. Techniques include hot glass manipulation, stringers, making basic bead shapes, marvering, dot application, annealing, bead cleaning and more. Learn to work with hot glass on this smaller scale. No prior experience is necessary and return participants are welcome, students will have a one hour lunch break during class.
Put your glass-cutting skills to use and create a beautiful kiln-carved vase, price shown includes a stand. *PREREQ- Platemaking 1 $125/$150 with stand
Holiday Pattern Bars
*2 day class (must attend BOTH days)
November 14th and 21st
No matter what holiday you are celebrating we will help you take your favorite simple image and make it into a pattern bar that you can then incorporate into a glass plate. $150
Pattern Bars 2 $175
*3 day class (must attend ALL days)
January 19th, 21st & 23rd
Basket weave design through pattern bars as well as a study in the flow of glass – 2 projects.