In this 90-minute Master Class, Montana-based artist and educator Richard Parrish shares the tips, tricks, and processes used to create his intricate Tapestry line. Providing instruction as meticulous as his work, Parrish guides viewers through every step of creating a Tapestry-inspired piece.
The course covers safety measures, needed materials and tools, color choices, composition techniques, firing considerations and schedule, coldworking options, and slumping instructions. Now kilnformers everywhere have the chance to take this perennially sought-after course and learn from Richard Parrish.
About the Artist
Richard Parrish maintains a studio for kilnformed glass in Bozeman, Montana. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho in Moscow. His background in architecture and his roots in the Intermountain West ground the artistic intent of his glasswork. Parrish has taught architecture and design at universities and teaches classes in kilnformed glass internationally. His artwork is held in public and private collections across the United States and Europe.