August 2015 Newsletter: New System 96, Leadlight Glass and photos from the Lee Howes Workshop

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19/11/2018 | Perth Art Glass Newsletter

System 96 RustSystem 96 Rust Transparent - Now in stock!

Some of the richest hues are derived from a blend of colours - our new Rust Transparent is a perfect example. Rust sits at the junction where Orange meets Red - add in some warm Brown undertones and you're there. This deep earthy color is simply gorgeous and will be invaluable in creating sophisticated tonal shading and dimension.

Code: Rust Transparent SPF571-1SF

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Limited Edition

Limited Edition System 96

Perth Art Glass is privileged to have received some very Limited colour editions of System 96.  These exciting sheets are in limited quantities so be quick to grab one of these unique colour mixes before they disappear!

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New Leadlight Glass in stock!

Perth Art Glass has in stock three new Non Fusible glasses from Spectrum to increase your colour palette.  The Palest Amber Rough Rolled is particularly useful for restoration work. These are IN STOCK and available now.

Left: Clear/White/Light Amber/Dark Amber, "Golden Honey" SP982SE

Centre: Clear/White Ruby Red, "Autumn Flame" SP978SE

Right: Palest Amber Rough Rolled SP202RR

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Lee Howes workshop 1Lee Howes workshop 2Lee Howes Workshop

The first and second weekend in August saw Perth Art Glass host a workshop with the dynamic and engergetic Lee Howes presenting a comprehensive course in producing "Images in Glass”.  The workshop covered many aspects and methods of producing images on glass such as screen printing, decals & sandblasting.  The class was quickly booked out and unfortunately we had to strictly cap numbers to enable the large amount of processes to be done, however the lucky few who attended were delighted, if not a little exhausted, with their efforts.  Lee had a great time sharing her extensive knowledge to a lovely group of talented ladies (Ooops and Ian) and has promised she would be back next year, so there is hope for those that missed out this time.

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