Students Capture Beauty of Spring Flowers in Glass

The school office at Cardinal Pacelli has a wonderful new piece of art thanks to the school’s first graders. Through a grant from Brazee Studios, the students created fused glass flowers which were then collectively mounted in a frame.

Cardinal Pacelli was one of 13 local schools to be selected for the glass-making project. The Oakley studio provided glass kits for the 25 students in the class. Art teacher Jayde Rogenski said, “The children had a great time learning about the glass firing process and applying color in ways that represent the beauty and symmetry of spring flowers.”

Glassroom, from Brazee Studios, is a nationally recognized glass curriculum that offers a wide range of instruction for children and adults. The program encourages the joy of art through glass making.

To view the fused glass flowers, visit the virtual gallery of work from all 13 schools on the “Glassroom” Facebook page.

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