Hello fellow glass enthusiastists!
First, I very much hope you are safe and sound and doing well during this challenging time.
If there can be any silver lining from having to stay home during this impossible situation, it may be that we now have an opportunity to discover (or rediscover) our creative side. 🙂
For me that means working toward getting back to the torch and once again making the lampwork glass art beads I love so much!
Our family recently moved and we are still in the process of setting up my new glass studio.
I am so excited because it will be better than ever – I can’t wait for it to be ready! I will finally have a completely dedicated space where I can dive into my passion for melting glass.
This new space will also allow me to offer a virtual LIVE class experience that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home studio!
Once I am up and running, I plan to offer a 3 Day Workshop, through LIVE video, teaching how I make my very popular Encased Seascape Murrini Beads.
This class – taught in real time with the recordings included – will teach you a multitude of skills!
I will take you from those very first steps of creating the foundational elements – including making murrini cane as well as the other little details that go into these Beads – all the way through to encasing and finishing the final bead.
This is like getting all three of my tutorials, taught to you LIVE and step-by-step, in ONE 3-day class. 😀
Glass artists at any level can enjoy this Workshop!
Beginners will be challenged, and their skills will be stretched, taking them to the next level in their learning. While advanced artists will learn all my secrets, my methodology and will pick up several new skills they may not have had a chance to try yet.
These are my tried and true techniques that I have used to make my best-selling Encased Seascape Murrini Beads for over 10 years.
Everything will be broadcasted LIVE and will also be recorded so you can watch the videos again and again.
The content will be conveniently presented to you through a private Facebook group for students only so you will get the personal attention and one-on-one support that is vital to your success as a glass artist.
I greatly look forward to teaching you the skills I have honed since I started lampworking in 2008 through the wonders of today’s technology!
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me directly; email@example.com.
Thank you and many kind regards,