During this workshop, we will combine the gravure with other techniques such assanding, sclupturing, painting,etc and if possible we will try to define your personal style and insome way your signature. We will work with diamonds, stone disks and materials necessary forpolishing using a flexible shaft gravure machine. While on one hand, the gravure may beengraved in the glass, on the other hand it can be used for quality chipping techniqques likesclupting. Also upper surface shaping is possible with gravure.
Building with Plaster Segment & Wooden Drop Molds
In this 11 day workshop participants will explore the various moldmaking, handbuilding and surface design techniques that Carol uses to achieve her unusual complex forms and rich, colorful surfaces .
Using solid blocks of glass, the instructor will teach students all aspects of coldworking; shaping by grinding, polishing, the use of horizontal mill wheels and vertical lathes. He aims to change the general opinion and the relation of students to coldworking, which is not so popular, because cutting and polishing take a lot of time and look too difficult. Some methods will be used to do the coldwork a little easier, faster and more interesting by using diamond saw, chipping with hard metal chisel like the work with stone, using flex-grinders with diamond wheels.
ABOUT THE CLASS
Working with glass, an exciting and magical medium and a kind of enchantment that every time I sit down at the burner, will take place again. I hope that this joy and fun, which I feel at work, reflects in my beads, whether opaque, transparent, colorful… the possibilities are endless.
I enjoy teaching, specially intermediate and advanced classes because it's always a big challenge for me.
Carol Milne has spent many years teaching herself how to knit with glass. In this class she will share her secret “knitted glass” technique.
You don’t have to know how to knit. The idea is to learn how to make successful, thin or hollow glass castings with cut-outs or filigree holes in them.
We will start by discussing the peculiarities of glass as a casting material. And knowing these properties, we’ll learn how to trick glass into doing what we want it to do.
Bronwen Heilman: Painting with Powdered glass! Applying Dichro without the scum! Learn New Techniques that will last you a Life Time!
BETWEEN PAINTING AND SCULPTURE
use of the kiln in making works from glass
To make a good piece from glass you need a good idea, good technique and a good ability to decide if it is finished or requires more work. This class is about these three aspects of making glass art works whether they are art, craft or design.
Takının felsefesini konuşarak, ilham ve temayla yüzyüze gelerek takıyı anlamak atölye çalışmasının hedefi olacak. Öğrenciler fikilerini bulduklarında davide onlardan birer proje tasarlamalarını isteyecek. Tasarımları beraber incelerken uygulamada hangi tekniğin en uygun olduğuna karar verilecek. Aynı zamanda hergün atölye de farklı teknikler ve üfleme üzerine farklı uygulamalar gösterilecek böylece öğrenciler kendi takılarını yaparken daha geniş uygulama aralığı bulacak.
Glass: Element, Sculpture, Construction and Design
This class will explore and develop glass blowing, hot sculpting, and simple casting techniques. A strong emphasis will be dedicated to drawing and project development. Experimenting with 3D digital design to construct and develop ideas, projects, and group installations will also be incorporated in this class.
This class will explore basic and advanced mold melting techniques such as relief open mold melting and three dimensional-close mold melting. Students will go through the whole process of making a small glass sculpture. They will start with sketching and clay modeling and continuing with making plaster molds for kiln casting. They will also learn about lost wax techniques. Students will learn how to make a professional hand built mold for kiln casting with metal reinforcement, how to build reservoir and how to calculate glass investment. Students will also learn how to calculate casti
The Glass Furnace was first designed as a glass studio but has quickly become one of the world’s leading glass schools and this is the outcome of a long and intensive work. Since the day it was founded, The Glass Furnce has been hosting world renowned artists, teaching various glass techniques to Turkish students and students from all over the world, through different duration workshops.