Introduction to Glass Flameworking
Location: Fine Arts Center, Sculpture Studio
About the Workshop
Intro to Glass Flameworking, with noted glass artist Amy Lemaire, will provide participants with an opportunity to experience flameworking techniques with borosilicate glass. Flameworking is the art of manipulating glass using heat from small torches, and is typically used for smaller, more complex forms including beads.
Students will learn to create small objects, apply color, and explore solid and hollow sculptural forms such as chains, pendants, marbles, beads, or small jars. The goal of the course is for students to gain confidence in their ability and be able to create well-crafted objects. No experience necessary, ages 16 and above.
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About the Instructor
Amy Lemaire is a well- known, multi-disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She received a BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2000 and an MFA from Pratt Institute in 2010. Amy is currently the Director of the Bead Project at UrbanGlass, where she has taught for the past decade. She has been the recipient of many awards, fellowships and residencies, and exhibits her work nationally.
For more information about Amy, and to view her work, see amylemaire.com
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