Introduction to Flameworking at Volcano Art Center



In the multi-faceted world of glass, Volcano Art Center is pleased to expand its offerings of glass art workshops with “Flameworking – An Introductory Class” on August 12 & 13: Saturday and Sunday from 1pm – 3pm, and another session on August 19 & 20: Saturday and Sunday from 1pm – 3pm.

Flameworking, also known as lampworking or torchworking, is a type of glasswork whereby the artist utilizes a torch or lamp to melt the glass. Once in a molten state, the glass is blown and shaped with tools and hand movements, forming beads, figurines, or other similar miniature artwork.

This class, designed for the student who has never touched a torch, is sure to spark your interest. Instructor Nash Adams-Pruitt will teach the regions of the flame and heat base for a solid foundation from which to build flamework skills. Nash will lead the class in creating sphere forms and pendants.

You will complete this workshop with your own finished design, and the knowledge and experience of the basic skills involved to continue flameworking.

Class fee is $80/$75 for VAC members plus a $20 supply fee. Attendees are asked to wear covered shoes. Advance registration is required and this workshop will be limited to 4 adults.

For more information  call Volcano Art Center at 808-967-8222



About Nash Adams-Pruitt

Artist Nash Adams-Pruitt specializes in functional glass art. He has been working borosilicate glass at the torch for four years.

2 thoughts on “Introduction to Flameworking at Volcano Art Center”

    1. Volcano Art Center (AJ)

      Aloha Troy,

      A space just opened up for this weekendʻs flameworking session, August 19 & 20. Please give us a call immediately at (808) 967-8222 if you are able to attend.


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