Over the course of this workshop, you will explore open-faced mold glass casting. You'll cover basic-through-advanced kilncasting strategies through daily lectures and demonstrations.
Bring several small items that are significant or important to you, which will be used to aid in creating your artwork. You will be able to capture a thought, a memory, tell a story or a significant time in your life in glass. Participate in class discussions covering mold-making, firing schedules, coldworking and creating meaning in art. By the end of class, you should feel confident in moldmaking, kiln schedules, divesting, coldworking and firing on your own, having begun to explore your visual voice in a different way.
About the Instructor
Jeffrey Stenbom is a sculptor who primarily works in glass. He works and teaches throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area and has taught at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. Stenbom has received numerous awards and honors including the Silver Academic Award in Emerge 2106 and the Dedalus Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship. He was the International Sculpture Center Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award nominee in 2016 and a NICHE Awards Finalist in 2013, 2015, and 2016.
All experience levels welcome.
- Additional Information
SKU CLB270-0001 Title Kilncasting: Memories in Glass, with Jeffrey Stenbom Topic No Location Bay Area Instructor Jeffrey Stenbom