Continuing Pate de Verre
Using this ancient casting technique, students will
be inspired to create hollow-core moulds. They will
use crushed colored glass to precisely fuse their
works of art together. Visits to the galleries will
inspire the students. Prerequisite: Beginning
Pate de Verre
[$200 members / $225 nonmembers]
5 Wednesdays beginning October 23
6:30–9:30 P.M. (9GW249B)
Course Catelog: http://www.toledomuseum.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/ClassCatalog_FallWinter2013.pdf
I have made it back to Toledo, OH. where I will continue to work at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion!
Thank you to all who came out and watched the CMoG hot glass shows and thank you to those who supported the Corning Museum of Glass Scholarship Auction! I had an amazing first contract as well as many memories because of all of you! Cheers!
Located on Deck 3, Port Side of the Celebrity Equinox!
Here are the pieces from my last cruise aboard the Celebrity Equinox!
Contortionist (aka: Ariana Ferber-Carter)
Squirrel Monkey (1st ever!)
Cheese Burger (inspired by my professor John Miller)
This is the best piece I made throughout my whole contract! I can’t wait to go out to sea again and see what’s next!
Work by myself, G Brian, and Brandyn Callahan
All five of us were able to share my last cruise together! I really did not know how this could get any better!!!
And while they were on, we visited Venice! I was able to take them to the island of Murano and show them Davide Salvadore’s Studio!
We also made a visit to Carlo Dona!!! ((My parents are so wonderful))