Date: 23rd & 24th March 2013 10am - 4.30pm
Venue: The Glass School Studio, Lockwood Centre, Guildford GU1 1RR
Level: Beginners and Progressors Tutor: Colin Webster
Early Bird discount applies
NEW - By examining the work of painters and printmakers it’s possible to develop a greater understanding of how richly layered compositions can be created in glass assemblages.
Using a variety of applied coloured glass materials on Bullseye Tekta you will create painterly imagery and pattern that will be kiln fired. This fused glass will then be cut up and reassembled into stacked compositions to be re-fired into new designs and visually complex finished pieces.
This workshop is ideal for both those familiar with working in glass and artists from other media who wish to explore this unique material.