About

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Joi Lakes is a glass artist in San Diego, CA. She fused her first pendants in 2007 and hasn’t looked back since.

Stained Glass @ Urban Glass

Glass Education
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.

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Sam

    Hey Joi!
    It’s Sam!
    Check out my book! https://www.amazon.com/Seven-Year-Degree-College-Success-ebook/dp/B014Z2Y6EE/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1486925462&sr=8-3&keywords=Seven+Year+Degree

    I haven’t sold any but that’s because it’s not done :). To finish it I am looking for an illustrator which was the goal when I started.

    Here’s the blog where most of the book is up for reading.
    https://sevenyeardegree.com/

    Let me know if it sounds interesting for you to do :).

    Sam (steph’s bf) aka Tim Mur

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