During this one-week workshop participants will explore the history of stained glass, stained glass design, and cutting and shape glass. Projects for this workshop will include building a 3D variant of traditional Roman glass mosaic, a Tiffany-style panel, and a traditional-style leaded window. We will be working with lead and have safeguards in place so all contact is safe, but please bring your own facemask and latex gloves if you feel the need for extra caution.
Andrew Kosorok is a stained glass designer, sculptor, and a cross-cultural explorer. His MFA in sculptural stained glass is from Brigham Young University, and he has also studied with the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts in Wales, as well as both ISOA and University of Religions and Denominations in Qom, Iran. His stained glass is in homes and churches in Utah and across the country, his sculptures are in several public and private collections, and he consults on the design and construction of stained glass internationally. Andrew lives in Elk Ridge, Utah, is special projects manager for a stained glass studio in Utah County, and is an adjunct instructor of 3D Design at Utah Valley University. His most recent work can be seen in several LDS temples.