Welcome to our newest website section, Warm Stuff!
Stained Glass Stuff has jumped into the world of warm glass. Kevin has been travelling the continent learning at the feet of many great warm glass artists, like Dan Fenton, Peter McGrain, Patty Gray and Janye Persico. He recently returned with a group of customers to Hot Glass Horizons in Corning, NY, to learn new techniques from some of the top warm glass instructors. All those who attended had a great time. We will be going again to HGH in Corning in early May 2007, so reserve a spot now!
If there is anything warm glass related that you do not see here, please contact Kevin by email, fax 1.613.722.7062 or phone 1.613,722.8702 (toll free 1.888.249.9421), and he will do his best to get you what you are looking for.
Rachel, Sam, Kevin, Jayne Persico, Kirie, Diane, Liz, and Val, at Hollander Glass Canada, May 2006
See our HGH 2006 Road Trip report.
Janet, Val, Lloyd, Diane, Kevin & Lianna enjoying Hot Glass Horizons, Corning NY, April 2005.
See our HGH Corning 2005 Road Trip report.
Dan Fenton & Kevin taking a break from melting glass
Peter McGrain & Kevin taking a break from painting on glass
We now have 2 different rates depending on which kiln you want to use. $15 per firing in the Evenheat GT 14.6 kiln, on a 12" circular shelf or one of our many molds, or $30 per firing in our Evenheat GTS25.41 kiln, and we have several different shelving configurations you can chose from. You just have to assemble and direct us how to fire it.(+14% tax)
We can re-create curved pieces of glass to fix lamps. Bring in the broken piece or the lamp and we can give you an estimate for making a new piece. $75 per piece is typical.