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Glass B Summer Session 6

Glass Summer Session 6
August 8-19, 2021
Mathieu Grodet
Say Something with Glass

This innovative workshop will be an introduction to the Venetian glass cane technique called murrine. Using the classic Franchini technique, students will work with soft glass to create simple and intricate murrine patterns, letters, and images. These elements will then be made into beads, pendants, rings, and other solid forms. Carefully considering design principles and elements, students will execute projects that combine multiple glass pieces at the torch. By the end of the workshop, students will have made several unique pieces using flameworking, fusing, and coldworking. Soft glass only. All levels. Flame studio.

Studio Artist; teaching: Haliburton School of Art and Design at Fleming College (Ontario), Aya Glass Studio (Japan), China Academy for the Arts; collections: Museum of Fine Arts (Montréal), Lommel Museum (Belgium), Art Institute of Chicago, Corning Museum (NY); representation: Sandra Ainsley Gallery (Toronto).

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Matthieu Grodet, "Declaration of Human Rights," Moretti glass, wood, cement, 43 x 30-1/2 x 2 inches
Matthieu Grodet, "Murrine Letters and Numbers," Moretti glass, largest: 3/8 inches