Printing with Powder
Screen printing with dry glass powder is one of the most exciting fusing developments that we've seen in years. Our six week class teaches you everything you need to know.
Developed by artist and Bullseye instructor Stacy Lynn Smith, screen printing with glass powder is a remarkable technique for adding graphics, images, and words to your glass artwork. Paul travelled to Portland to learn the technique directly from Stacy so he could bring it back to the students at Helios.
Here's an overview of what you'll learn in this comprehensive class:
- Equipment and material requirements and sources
- Multiple approaches for creating original artwork
- Screen preparation, coating, processing, and cleaning
- Basic and advanced printing
- Color separation and registration
- Firing options (including all schedules)
In addition to including all materials, glass, and firings, this class includes 6 months "darkroom-level" studio access and a full-sized screen for each student to keep.
|Class Size:||8 students (max)|
|Tuition:||$475 Includes all glass, a screen, and 6 months "Darkroom-Level" studio access. No tools to buy.|
|Prerequisite:||Fused Glass for Absolute Beginners (or equivalent)|
|Sessions||Dates||Days ♦ Times|
|PPP-170911||Sep 11 - Oct 23, 2017||Mondays ♦ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|