Exploring Pattern with Cane Pattern Bars – Dale Keating

June 5-8, 2020

8:30am – 5:00pm


Come Join Canadian Master Glass Artist – Dale Keating as she guides you through exploring patterns that can be created using designed cane pattern bars.  Even if you are new to fused glass you can make these designs.

In this 3-day workshop there will be two projects. Project 1 will be a Drift seen below and for the second students will have the choice to make one of two possible designs, A Post & Rail project or simple diagonal design.  Final projects available for pick-up afternoon following last class. (3rd day) or shipped at student cost.

All materials included
Light snacks morning + Catered Lunch

Dale Keating


"I am an artisan with a passion for glass. I've been involved with glass ever since I caught the stained glass bug many years ago, long before the internet, after a single glance of a stained glass supply catalogue. What I saw engaged my imagination so I bought a few basic tools and my creative journey began. Soon after I discovered fused glass which is an absolutely fascinating combination of both art and science and it has become my main obsession these days.

It is an honour to be a guest speaker at such a professional studio and having that experience as part of my glass journey.

I am looking forward to meeting everyone and sharing my techniques.”

Dale Keating, a kiln formed glass artist and author has been working with glass for the past few decades, first with stained glass and more recently with fused glass which has become her main focus. Her work is in private collections around the globe and she has won two awards for her glass work. Dale loves to explore the many facets of fused glass techniques drawing inspiration from the natural world and shares her innovative designs and processes through teaching, magazine articles and on-line webinar classes.