In this long-format Master Class, Scotland-based artist Amanda Simmons shares the full process by which she creates her tall vessels.
This 90-minute comprehensive Master Class follows Richard Parrish in a step-by-step, live action instructional on how he creates his acclaimed Tapestry pieces.
Color Line Screen Pastes are a great alternative to working with powdered enamels for screen printing on glass. Because they come pre-mixed into a medium, there is no need to mix powders. Just open the container, stir with a palette knife, and you're ready to mix colors or print.
In this talk, author and art critic Richard Speer offers strategies for artists, particularly those who work with glass, to harness color's transformative power, both in the studio and during the course of everyday life.
In this lesson, we'll show you how the process of powder-colored sheet glass works and create several different sheets of colored glass.
In this project-based lesson, you'll learn how to intercut sheet glass rings and circles while making a bowl with Opaline, Clear, and Pine Green glass.
In this lesson, we'll demonstrate the basic techniques of pâte de verre by making a color-fade bowl.
Learn some of the basics of color theory, including the vocabulary used to describe color, color schemes, the ways that colors interact, and some of the ways that color can affect a composition.
A deeper understanding of the basic principles of design will help you make more confident decisions in your work. In this lesson, we'll explore these principles of design using powder printed elements.
In this project-based lesson, we'll work with a streaky sheet glass style called Petrified Wood, which contains a unique combination of reactive glasses that develop with heatwork
Frit tinting is a technique for creating specific color blends by adding colored glass powder to Clear frit. It broadens
Line, shape, texture, form, and color. These Elements of Design are the basic components that make up an artwork.