Working in Shallow Space: Bas-Relief Kiln-Glass, with Richard Parrish, Bay Area, November 7-10, 2018

Working in Shallow Space: Bas-Relief Kiln-Glass, with Richard Parrish, Bay Area, November 7-10, 2018
$850.00

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Explore ways that simple materials such as fiber paper can be used to create complex forms, shapes, and textures in kilnformed glass.

Class Times
Wednesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-3pm

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Explore the rich possibilities of working in bas-relief in kilnformed glass. Bas-relief is found in the art and architecture of all cultures and has existed for thousands of years. In this type of carving or sculpture, figures are raised or depressed from a flat background, creating a subtle three-dimensional effect. Intricate surface relief, texture, color, and light interactions are possible in this “shallow space.”

The workshop begins with a brief survey of the use of relief in art and architecture throughout history. Simple materials such as fiber paper will be used to create complex forms, shapes and textures. Sheet glass, frit and powder are the primary glass materials used. We’ll also explore coldworking techniques that create additional textures and finish the work. You’ll make numerous reference samples.

Bay Area / Richard Parrish / November 7-10, 2018 (CLB321-0003) / Wednesday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-3pm / 10 Students / $850

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU CLB321-0003
Title Working in Shallow Space: Bas-Relief Kiln-Glass, with Richard Parrish
Topic Kilncasting, Kilnforming
Location Bay Area
Instructor Richard Parrish