Want to learn some really cool airbrush techniques? Simple screen printing? How about some new ways to make images with powders? Interested in realistic photo color decals? Today is your lucky day - You'll learn some really slick tricks to create imagery on your glass without your computer; this low-tech class gives you pretty cool high-tech results. Employing personalized photography, pattern, color layering, and stenciling will fuel your originality. This class does not require any computer work! Finally, a class that’s perfect for beginning and experienced glass, clay, and mixed-media students who want to create in a new way. You’ll experience the following:
- Creating with simple screenprinting techniques
- Airbrushing color, blending and layering with bright glass enamels
- Making reusable custom stencils and masks
- Powder imagery with textures
- Creating handwritten text on glass
- ... Plus, you’ll learn the firing schedules that work for every COE of glass!
Gail Stouffer has a passion for teaching and has been an instructor at renowned institutions and events all over the county throughout her intense career; her resume includes The Southwest School of Art in San Antonio, Arowmont School of Art & Craft, the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, The Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pheonix Center for the Arts, and The First Arts Academy, Interweave's BeadFest, JOGS Tucson, GlassCraft Expo, Milkweed Arts, SiNaCa Studios, Fusion Headquarters, AAE Glass, Heritage Glass, Western Art Glass, Weisser Glass Studios, and Creative Glass in Zurich and the U.K. She continues to teach workshops in her own studio in San Antonio and all over the country in kiln formed glass and metal-smithing. She is the Director of Educational Content and Co-Owner of KilnFrog.com, an online resource for kiln education, equipment, and supplies, serving the glass, metals, blacksmithing and clay communities.
For more about this instructor visit: stoufferstudios.com