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Hi Folks, it's that time of year again when we can coax Bernie off the island and up to the mainland to impart some glassy goodness. There are two workshops to choose from although you can of course do both, one is in soft glass and one is in boro.
Monday 14th July - Wednesday 16th July
Soft glass sculpture
Soft glass is perfect for making sensuous and expressive figures. Learn how to control the flow and create women with attitude.
As well as the basic torso Bernie will teach how to make a full figure and how to create a stand for mounting the finished piece.
Friday 18th - Sunday 20th July
"A continuation of the exploration of the possibilities of the borosilicate bubble"
This year we will be working on the vessel form - so many possibilities - bud vases, pots, jars, perfume bottles.
Bernie will teach how to start on a point as well as how to coil to produce a coloured vessel, how to add handles, lips, lids and stoppers and how to make legs and a blown foot.
Workshops are held here at the studio in Elanora Heights, Sydney.
All tools and materials are provided, all you need to bring is your lunch.
Cost per workshop is $750.
For bookings or more information
please contact Penel at firstname.lastname@example.org or on
0422 437 812.
Want to make a fish murrini? First start with your sketchbook! It's much easier to work out the shape and colour details on paper than in glass...