A Brush With Freedom and Light is a semi-private, three-day class with Ellen Mandelbaum in her New York City area studio. Current dates are Dec. 6-8, 2019 and March 13-15, 2020.
In this introductory workshop you will work with Ellen Mandelbaum one-on-one as she demonstrates her non-traditional, abstract painting techniques. Using her own methods, she will guide students to paint freely and explore the relationship between gesture and expression. Students will be encouraged to examine the dramatic range of possible tones and textures in glass painting.
Using drawing and painting exercises, Mandelbaum will offer an insight into her unique artistic perspective and naturally beautiful painting style. She loves to teach and will look carefully at student's work in order to help them reach their full potential.
Mandelbaum is an Accredited Artist Designer of The Stained Glass Association of America (SGAA) and has received their Excellence in Education Award. She is a Senior Advisor to the American Glass Guild and is also a founding member of The Women’s International Glass Workshop.
Cost: $550 Maximum number of students: Four
A $50 deposit and balance due ahead of class time. Most supplies included. Lodging not included but Ellen will provide recommendations. She will teach until early afternoon with classes ending by 2:30. You can spend the remaining time practicing or at museums in Manhattan.
For more information please contact Ellen Mandelbaum Glass Art at 718-361-8154 or at email@example.com.
As the only Bachelor of Arts in Building Arts in the region, Bryn Athyn College gives students a unique opportunity to focus their creative energies within their chosen field of study
As a Building Arts major, you will dedicate your time to engaging with various aspects of traditional and modern building practices. These include drawing and design, as well as practical engagement with multiple building mediums. Students will exit this program with a greater understanding of the role buildings have historically played within society as well as the processes and procedures of designing and building exceptional architectural elements.
Students can choose a glass specialization allows pursuit in the historical and modern application of architectural glass. Areas of focus include, Glass Painting, Glass Design and Production, Stained Glass History and Survey, and Glass Dynamics.
For more information, and for occasional workshops offered, visit their website at brynathen.edu.
Kathy Jordan has more than 25 years of glass painting experience and conducts workshops in her private studio.
Reinforcement of core skills, brush and medium applications and varied flesh painting techniques will be covered. Access to an extensive library, materials, brushes, tools and kiln-firing time. For detailed information on workshops or on private instruction, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit her website.