Instructor Biographies

Meet you instructors, Rocky and Becky, they make a great team. Rocky brings the jokes and an immense amount of knowledge that comes from over 4 decades of working with stained glass.  He has been the lead stained glass instructor at PGC for 9 years. Rocky is proficient in all forms of stained glass as well as fused glass.

Becky keeps both Rocky and students on track making sure all gain as much from class as possible while completing projects on time. Becky has been working with glass for 16 years and a part of the PGC team for the past 13 currently serving as the Kiln Shop Coordinator. Becky’s main focus is kilnformed glass but over the years with Rocky’s guidance she has continued her education and passion for glass while exploring stained-glass. She has a love of the traditional but also enjoys pushing the medium by working in three-dimensional stained-glass forms.


Take a Crack at Stained Glass
When: , Jan 10 - Jan 14
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuition $850.00
Instructor: Rocky Kindelberger

In this 1-week intensive class you will get a full introduction to the art of stained glass. On day one and two you will dive in creating two small predetermined panels while learning both copper foil and lead came techniques. After mastering the basics you will have creative freedom to create a mid-size panel of your choosing, instructor approval of pattern necessary and size limitations will be in place. 

Whether you are taking the class for one week of fun or have the desire to set up a home studio and continue on your own, we have no doubt that you will enjoy your time with us and learn a lot. All finishing processes will be covered so you will leave the class feeling confident in continuing to create both interior and exterior stained glass panels and windows. Discussions of sourcing tools and materials, setting up a home studio and history of stained glass will be covered during the course with a few jokes along the way. 

Depending on your pace and project aspirations, open studio hours may be necessary and will be encouraged Wednesday and Thursday evenings.


7 of 8 seats available.