TAKE YOUR CREATIVE SKILLS TO A NEW LEVEL

HOW TO CREATE

STAINED GLASS

IN THE TIFFANY TECHNIQUE

EXTREMELY NEAT AND WITH VERY FINE SOLDER LINES

Online Master Class by Lena Zaycman,

stained glass designer & maker

Master Class for those who want to dabble in the world of very neat stained glass with very fine solder lines.

YES, I WANT TO!

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WHO IS THIS ONLINE MASTER CLASS FOR?

Suitable for both beginners and those who already have experience in creating stained glass and want to improve their skills in this matter.

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WHAT WILL YOU LEARN IN THIS ONLINE MASTER CLASS?

In this Master Class, you'll learn the very special method I use to create stained glass using the Tiffany technique.

I will share everything I know about the process of creating stained glass in the Tiffany technique and show you methods and tricks that allow me to create high quality stained glass with thin and clean solder lines.

 

I'll guide you through every step of the process, from cutting the pattern to polishing the finished stained glass piece.

 

–  First, I'll share my tips for organizing workspace.

 

–  Then I'll introduce you to the materials and tools I use when working with glass, along with some safety precautions.

 

–  I'll also share my two main principles when assembling stained glass.

 

 

After that we will dive right into the process of creating stained glass.

 

–  I'll show you how I prepare the patterns for work.


–  Then I’ll introduce you to the process of cutting glass and creating a glass color set for the project.


–  And then I'll move on to the key step that changes everything and in which two parallel processes are combined - grinding and foil wrapping, here I'll also show how I process tiny pieces of glass.


–     After that, I'll teach you the soldering and finishing stages of the stained glass process.

 

All material is divided into units - separate lessons, so that it is convenient for you to navigate the stages. Some units are devoted directly to work on the project, and some blocks are of a general educational nature.

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14 lessons + 2 downloads

U1  Workplace / Video
U2  Materials and Tools / Video + Download File
U3  Safety Precautions / Video
U4  Two Basic Principles When Assembly Stained Glass Pieces / Video
U5  Project: Preparation of Patterns / Video + Download File
U6  Training: Glass Cutting / Video
U7  Project: Creating A Color Set / Video
U8  Training: Grinding / Video
U9  Training: Foil Wrap / Video
U10 Project: Assembly [Grinding + Foil Wrap] / Video
U11  Training: Soldering / Video
U12  Project: Preparation of Tendrils and Rings / Video
U13  Project: Soldering / Video
U14  Project: Final Processing / Video

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WHAT WILL YOU GET AS A RESULT? 

As a result of the Master Class, you will have a hanging stained glass in the shape of a moth created according to my pattern and, more importantly, a wealth of knowledge that you can apply to any of your other stained glass projects.

 

The Master Class will be released on May 27, 2024. 

 

MASTER CLASS 

"How To Create Stained Glass In The Tiffany Technique"

$300

  • 14 recorded lessons
  • 2 downloadable materials
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Audio: English
  • One year access

 

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Lena Zaycman 

stained glass designer and maker

Lena is known for her work being full of tiny details, extremely neat and with very fine solder lines. Her works live in many countries around the world, participate in exhibitions and are printed in the press.

Lena Zaycman is a stained glass designer and maker, born in St. Petersburg, Russia.

 

Graduated in 2011 she holds a degree in Advertising, but her love for art and engineering mindset led her down a different path.

After years of constructing large, highly complex stained glass pieces for residential buildings, she gradually moved to creating self-contained art objects that could be easily integrated into interior spaces and opened her own studio in 2017.

 

Using the classic Tiffany technique in the base, but not limiting herself to it, she looks for ways to combine glass with other materials such as brass, plexiglass, ceramics & etc.

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