Glassblowing and texture

The use of pattern and color can elevate simple forms to sophisticated and beautiful works of art. Function and aesthetics must be symbiotic. This workshop will serve as a testing ground for creating new and interesting patterning with glass color. Cane and murrine techniques will be used as a means of exploring the potential of color and line. Moving between the cold shop and hot shop will allow us to manipulate the surface of vessels and the actual cane or murrine to create unpredictable and limitless patterning. Garage work and hot attachment of individual parts will also be a focus in this workshop. This intensive is for intermediate to advanced students.

Start: 21 May 2019 at 10:00 Finish: 31 May 2019 at 16:30

Glassblowing and Texture #1

$ 21.418,84

Event Price 1500

Jeff Ballard

Jeff Ballard (b. 1977, Illinois, USA) Jeff is a professional glass artist with twenty plus years experience. He has taught, lectured, exhibited and had residencies both nationally and internationally throughout Europe and Australia and has been featured in several publications...

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