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THE POWER OF GLASS:

Learn about Architectural Glass & Lighting

FREE ARTS EDUCATION WEBINAR 

Saturday and Sunday 9/19 & 20/2020
1PM (Pacific) and 4 PM (Pacific)
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Photo credit: Think Glass

See glass in a new light

Hello!  This is Steven Lenchner. Please join me for an upcoming free webinar I’m hosting — it’s a highly visual, educational presentation on architectural glass and lighting!

THE POWER OF GLASS

Saturday, September 19, 2020 1PM & 4PM (PT)

Sunday, September 20, 2020 1PM & 4PM (PT)

Limited spots — reserve yours now!

In this highly visual webinar, we’ll explore:

  • Creative uses of glass throughout the ages.
  • How glass and lighting can make designs stand out.
  • Creating more impact using the properties of light and color
  • How glass is made and how its properties effect design.
  • The future of glass: new technologies, new possibilities.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Architectural Glass & Lighting!

Examples by Imagine Glass and others

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Architectural Glass & Lighting!

“Steven’s process for supporting me on my projects is good natured and communicative. The end results are stunning.”

— Brad Hubbell

Hubbell Daily Architecture + Design, San Francisco, CA

“Imagine Glass Designs has elevated my design work with glass and lighting to a new and unexpected level and Steven is a pleasure to work with.”

— Adrian Ramsay

Adrian Ramsey Design House, Buderim, Queensland Australia

“Steven’s background in theatrical lighting and set designs bring a wow factor to his work that is uncommon and dramatic.”

Jennifer Kretschmer

Kretschmer Architecture, San Jose, CA

Steven Lenchner

Founder and Creative Director Steven Lenchner has had a lifelong obsession with color and light. It began when he started lighting plays and musicals at the tender age of 13. He went on to obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Lighting and Science Design for Theater. Later, he discovered the medium of kiln formed art glass.

Glass seemed like a natural expression of his passions, allowing Steven to use color and light in a physical medium. The process of melting glass and combining it with color and form allowed him to sculpt a moment of light, capturing by translucence, color, opacity and depth.

Today, Steven is inspired by the challenges of creating cast glass sculptures, lighted glass countertops and backsplashes, wall murals and hangings, lighting fixtures, as well as tableware and jewelry.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Architectural Glass & Lighting!