Joi Lakes is a glass artist in San Diego, CA. She fused her first pendants in 2007 and hasn’t looked back since.
Joi has had the pleasure of taking the following classes from glass artists:
*June 28, 2009 – July 4, 2009, “An Introduction to Flameworking Techniques,” an intensive 5 day workshop in glass lampworking at the Studio at Corning Museum of Glass taught by Alex Hamilton
*November 14, 2009, one day lampworking workshop at Urban Glass taught by Roxann Slate
*April 10, 2010 – April 11, 2010, two day stained glass workshop at Urban Glass taught by Laura Carbone
*July 17, 2010 – July 21, 2010, “Get the Lead Out: Modern Enameled and Layered Stained Glass,” an intensive 4 day workshop at Urban Glass taught by Joseph Cavalieri
*January 15, 2011 – March 3, 2011, “Assembly Required: Introduction to Stained Glass,” an 8 week Saturday class at Urban Glass taught by Joseph Cavalieri
*May 8, 2011, “Glass Pendants & Earrings,” one day lampworking workshop at 3rd Ward taught by Kim Fraczek.
*July 2011, “Architectural Glass,” an intensive 5 day workshop in flat glass techniques at the Studio at Corning Museum of Glass taught by Pippa Beveridge and Rene Culler
* October – December, 2011 – glassblowing at UCSD Crafts Center, taught by Patty Yockey
* November 10, 2012 – One day lampworking workshop at Blue Dolphin Glass, taught by Heather Trimlett
* 2012 – current – private and group glassblowing lessons at Art-Hell, taught by Kathleen Mitchell
* July 2014 – “From the Flame to the Furnace,” an intensive 5 day workshop in flameworking and glassblowing techniques at the Pittsburgh Glass Center, taught by Sally Prasch and George Kennard, and TA’d by Jordanna Korsen.