Sept ’14 workshop and scholarship deadlines

Hi everyone, I’ll be teaching a 6-Day Stained Glass Painting Workshop in Vermont August 31st – Sept 6th, 2014. Scholarship are available from the Stained Glass Association of America (scroll down for info). US and international students may apply. The SGAA scholarship deadline is April 13th 2014. Workshop places allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Max 6 students.

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The workshop begins on a Sunday night with dinner and slides, and runs Mon through Friday. The location is my studio in Readsboro, southern Vermont. Tuition is $720 plus a small materials fee. This includes lunches and snacks.

Students will learn how to mix, thin, and apply kiln-fired lead-free paints with an inexpensive, non-toxic food additive, plus techniques that enable lively, expressive trace-lines, printed effects using lace, plastic and rubber tools, and how to create faux textures such as stone, wood, fur and fabric. We start with group exercises that explore innovative methods of application, and then move swiftly on to individual projects. Students who wish may work on self-portraits.

My glasspainting techniques make it easy to achieve beautiful results, even for beginners. These intensive workshop are also really helpful for experienced glasspainters who want to develop greater ease and fluency. Class size is small, with a lot of individual attention.

See photos of past student work by scrolling through the Teaching folder on my website (use the little green NEXT buttons). Hours, lodgings, fees and more and location here.

Scholarship are available to both US and international students from the SGAA and the AGG (their 2014 deadline has already passed). Both organizations have generously supported my students in the past. The Stained Glass Association of America DEADLINE is APRIL 13th, 2014

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