Otago Stained Glass

Tues 11am-2pm and 6-9pm

Make your own Tiffany-style lamp with Peter Mackenzie

Private classes are run regularly on Tuesdays 11am-2pm and also 6pm-9pm for members of the public who wish to create their own glass pieces. Tuition strands cover leadlight window making, copper-foiling, and include lampwork through to Tiffany lamp projects. Personal one-on-one or small group tuition in advanced techniques, such as fusing and jewellery, is offered outside these hours by arrangement. Students also travel to Peter’s Dunedin studio for intensive tutoring in specific aspects of design, the glass painting suite of surface-techniques or restoration practices and methodology. Have a look at the inspirational tuition gallery on the website and Peter’s work on Facebook. Gorgeous. Peter’s Tiffany-style glass lamps have been bought by collectors all over the world, with unique designs commissioned for collections. 



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Otago Stained Glass


7 De Lacy Street



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