GLASS FALL CONCENTRATION
October 2 – November 11, 2022
This intensive workshop is an opportunity to learn about the materiality of glass and how to express yourself through the material. Explore what it is about glass that fascinates you and learn more about yourself and what you and the material have in common. We’ll cover many techniques including basic glassblowing, assemblage, color application, coldwork, sculpture techniques—from the bench to the cold shop. Traditional and nontraditional processes will help you access the expression that comes from a harmony between you and the material. All levels. Hot glass studio.
Studio artist; teaching: Nagoya University of Arts (Japan), Palomar College (CA), Anoka-Ramsey Community College (MN), California State University San Bernardino, Pilchuck (WA), Tulsa Glassblowing School (OK), Penland; residencies: Creative Glass Center of America (NJ), Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Murano Residency (Italy), Duncan McClellan Gallery (FL), Residence Together (Sweden), Tacoma Museum of Glass (WA), Corning Museum of Glass (NY), Monterey GlassWorks (CA).