Powder Printing, Bay Area, April 17-19, 2020

Powder Printing, Bay Area, April 17-19, 2020

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Learn how to create graphic imagery on glass with rich textures and colors that can't be achieved with traditional printing methods.

Class Times
Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday Noon-3pm



In powder printing, images are produced by pressing dry glass powder through a prepared silkscreen. Prints can then be full-fused for smooth surfaces or tack-fused for textured surfaces that resemble relief printing or sandblasting. Your images can also be printed directly onto a kiln shelf to produce wafer-thin work that can stand alone or be attached to a substrate.

You'll learn image preparation, design possibilities and firing options through various hands-on projects, demonstrations, and examples. (This class is based on a printing technique developed by artist Stacy Lynn Smith.)

What past students are saying:

  • "The class was an amazing combination of technical information, hands-on practice, and creative inspiration."
  • "Exactly what I was looking for: how to create and transfer my photographic images to glass through a non-contact silk screening process."
  • "Fantastic class! Very informative, inspirational, interesting, and fun."

None. All experience levels welcome. Basic skills with computers and digital image editing will be helpful.

Click here to learn more about Julie Walker.

Bay Area / Julie Walker / April 17-19, 2020 (CLB121-0008) / Friday-Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday Noon-3pm / $400

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU CLB121-0008
Title Powder Printing
Topic Kilnforming, Printmaking
Location Bay Area
Instructor Julie Walker