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Now that's glassy: Artist teaches glass fusing

February 11, 2013
Daily Press
A Glass Fusing: Beginner Jewelry class took place Wednesday at the William Bonifas Fine Arts Center in Escanaba with instruction by artist Alysa Diebolt. During the class, participants used dichroic glass to create pendants and/or earring sets. Above, Diebolt, left, discusses the texture of a previously fused pendant with Phyllis Fleury, of Gladstone. Diebolt, a native of Rock, and current resident of Detroit, has been working with glass fusing for 10 years and owns a business called Brick Town Glass. The Arts Center continues to offer a range of classes in areas such as photography, rug hooking, culinary arts, and more. For information call 786-3833 or visit bonifasarts.org. For more photos from this class, see cu.dailypress.net. (Daily Press photo by Holly Richer)
 
 
 

 

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