While glass rods are commonly used at the torch for flameworking, they can also be used alone or in combination with other forms of glass to achieve dramatic results in the kiln. In this workshop, students will learn how taking a fresh, thoughtful approach to using the Vitrigraph kiln can create decorative rods called Cane, and ultimately their cross-sections call Murrine. After an introduction students will work in teams to create custom cane and murrine, working hands on with the vitrigraph kiln. These components will then, immediately, be combined with standard Bullseye glass rods to expand the design possibilities within finished projects. Students will be handling and manipulating hot, molten glass.
Nathan Sandberg was born in Jamestown, New York, USA and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Glass and Ceramics from the School of Art and Design at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. He has shown work in galleries across the US including, Portland Sate University’s Autzen Gallery and gallery One One in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has been represented by Bullseye Gallery at art fairs including, SOFA: Chicago and Art Santa Fe. His work is included in private collections. he worked as an instructor in the Research and Education department at Bullseye Glass Co. for seven years. Since 2012, he has been an independent studio artist, continuing to to make work and teach workshops at private studios in North America and Europe. Please visit www.nathansandberg.com to view more of his work.
Prerequisites: basic glass cutting skills.
Sunday 13th March – Thursday 17th March
$1380 All materials included in this workshop.
Secure your place with a $500 deposit, balance due by 31st January 2016.
Deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Phone the Art Glass Studio on 9375 9810 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bring the following to class:
glass cutter and hand tools, personal protective equipment including safety glasses, dust mask and ear protection.