Friday, July 19 - Monday, July 22, 2019
10am - 5pm each day
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Brazee welcomes artist and instructor Catharine Newell to teach this transformative 4-day glass fusing workshop! Expand your studio practice and surprise yourself in this exploratory workshop.
When we work without attachment to outcome, we are changed by what we make.
Imagine a course that involves a small groups of students in an open ended conversation about outcome. Students will build a plethora of equally sized single layer elements designed to be assembled in a myriad of ways toward multiple outcomes. Doing so will reveal the limitless possibility inherent in embracing uncertainty and offer new and strong personal direction to pursue. Instructor led exploratory exercises will help you to establish a starting point. After that, the sky is the limit! Relevant experimentation with materials and strategies for invention will be strongly encouraged. It will be up to you to decide upon an appropriate combination of assorted process and materials as you move through this work. Whichever approach you select, you will be guided and supported by consultations, conversations, demos and examples of breakaway making.
This playful workshop has been carefully designed to remind you how to trust yourself to see clearly, work intuitively, risk everything and move confidently forward with ever evolving work.
Cancellation Policy: Please be sure you can attend class at time of registration. 24 hour notice required to keep payment as CREDIT to be used towards another class. All sales final, no refunds.
Catharine Newell lectures, teaches, and exhibits internationally. Nominated for the Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award in 2003, Newell has had her work selected for New Glass Review 26, 30, 31, and 33 and included in the permanent collections of Swedish Hospital in Seattle, University of Miami Lowe Museum, Hunter Museum of American Art, and the Museum of the Academy of Arts and Design Tsinghua University in Beijing. She maintains a private studio in Portland, Oregon.