Images on Glass
Free LIVE Training with Kerry Collett
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*The live and free course does not give you a certificate of completion, additional tools and resources, access to the bonus classess, and one-on-one with the instructors. These perks are only available in the paid version of the course.
About the course
In this course you will learn:
Quick cover of the basics, cutting, fusing terms, temperatures, etc.
Decals. Buying commercially available vs. making your own
Using shimmer papers, copper, colored fusing papers, stencils
Carving your own designs, kiln carving, Dremel etching
Screen print, using enamels
Sandblasting and etching
...and much more!
About The Instructor
I enjoy working with glass because I’ll think that I’ll never live long enough to learn it all. With glass art, there’s always something new. I also enjoy glass because it’s challenging—it’s not something I get right the first time, so it makes me keep coming back. I derive inspiration for my glass art everywhere. Inspiration comes from other artists, from pictures, from patterns in carpets, just from everywhere. I joke that I’m a rodent or magpie—if something is shiny or sparkly, I grab for it! So that’s what often shows up in my work. Blue is my favorite color and the qualities I appreciate in it are that it’s calming and deep, and I’ve always been thrilled with water. I am always happy with work that has depth. When people see my work and decide to purchase it, I think that they have given me the ultimate compliment—the feedback that they really liked it enough to want to take it home. Especially in this economy, for someone to buy my work or take a glass class from me, that’s a high compliment. Art means beauty to me. Actually creating beauty gives me a great sense of accomplishment.
FREE Broadcast Replay!
ALL Day August 28th, 29th & 30th!
Starting at 11:00am EDT