GFWF will be closed from March 19th through April 14th – Stay Safe & Be Healthy – Can’t wait to see you back at class… Thank you for your understanding. Get registered for some new classes and fun projects for Spring & Summer.
Are you interested in trying out glass fusing but don’t know where to start? Come join the fun at Glass Fusing With Friends and we will show you the way. Glass fusing is an enjoyable and creative art form and it is easy to get started.
Check out the Classes page to find the right class project for you. Beginners can come to an Open Class, or if you have attended a minimum of 2 classes, you may choose to host a Hosted Class. Gather 3-4 friends together (maximum 5/minimum 3 may attend) and earn a $40 hostess credit. Call me to schedule a hosted Glass Fusing With Friends class. At Glass Fusing With Friends, we have something for everyone. Please note that we are unable to accommodate children under 14 years old.
We also offer Specialized Classes such as “Crackle”, Window Art and Cherished Glass Memories.
Please see Specialized Classes page for more information.
Go to the Calendar/Registration page where you can double click on the day and time that you prefer. This is where you will register for the class. Be sure to read the What to Expect page for more detailed information on what to wear and what to bring, etc. You will receive a waiver in your confirmation email to sign and bring with you to class. And, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. We can’t wait to see you in class soon!
Glass Fused items made by Terri (view in Gallery) and may be purchased at locations listed below
Aurora Gallery ~ Fine Art & Custom Framing, 1004 Main St, Vancouver WA
Glass Fusing with Friends Studio (by appointment only) 1410 NW 86th St, Vancouver WA
Sea Gypsy Gifts ~ Unique Gift Store, 1001 Commercial St, Astoria OR
Sheet-Casting Event at Bullseye Glass, Portland,OR. This was such a great experience for me & friends. This is not what we do at Glass Fusing With Friends – just a special event on how our glass is made at Bullseye.