Glass is a fluid medium, an amorphous solid, a material that readily produces wonderfully organic flowing designs. Because of this fluidity, glass might seem like a tricky medium for crafting accurate linear geometric designs, but kiln-forming techniques are actually well suited for achieving highly precise geometric art.
This class includes:
- 2 live and interactive online sessions with Ian Chadwick
- longterm access to the nearly 2-hour class tutorial video
- a downloadable Class Guide overflowing with helpful information
- a chance to learn with classmates from the comfort of your own studio or home
In the first class session, the Viewing Party, you'll go through a 2-hour tutorial video with Ian, chapter by chapter, addressing questions and ideas in real time. Afterwards, this video will be yours to refer to whenever you like. In the second class session, you'll explore everyone's class projects together—everything from covering process questions to sharing new discoveries. The material outcome of your class project will be a simple, stunning geometric bowl. But the knowledge gained in this tutorial will allow you to lift your powers of geometric glass design to a whole new level.
We believe this entire package is an exceptional way to learn! It’s an opportunity to get a thorough, step-by-step understanding of how to create your own geometric bowls in virtually endless color arrangements. So get ready to join two live sessions with Ian Chadwick, to share your work, to inspire and be inspired, and to take your home studio to wonderful new dimensions.
A desktop or laptop computer with strong, reliable internet access is required. A tablet may work, but phones are not recommended. A web camera is optional but encouraged to enhance the class atmosphere.
Materials and Tools: You can preview the class Materials List to get a sense of the supplies you'll need to participate.
Prerequisites: All skill levels welcome!