Friday, October 23 - Monday, October 26, 2020
10/23 - Day 1: 10am - 5pm
10/24 - Day 2: 10am - 5pm
10/25 - Day 3: 10am - 5pm
10/26 - Day 4: 12pm - 4pm
Brazee is thrilled to welcome back internationally recognized glass artist and instructor, Richard Parrish! Richard's "Tapestry" technique has captivated students and artists around the country, and we can't wait to bring his methods back to Brazee in October, 2020. Do not miss your chance to study with Richard!
Richard Parrish's Tapestry
bowls, trays and wall panels are widely recognized for their intricate patterning and coloration. This workshop will explore how an original idea develops into a comprehensive line of studio glass work. The Tapestry pieces rely on color relationships, design, and technique for success.
Workshop participants will make two pieces as they are introduced to the major techniques involved in making, and how those techniques result in the subtleties of color use and pattern making that make Richard’s Tapestry pieces so compelling. The first piece will introduce the necessary techniques and initial color and pattern thoughts, as well as cold working, slumping and finish options. The second piece will be a larger piece carried through from beginning to full fuse while focusing on the importance of well-made and well-finished work. Further discussion of color principles and pattern design are part of this project.
Richard’s Tapestry pieces are based on a belief that work that begins with ideas and is supported by design and technical knowledge will be stronger, more personal and more original than those works without a solid foundation of these critical components.
Glass cutting experience required.
We will take a lunch break during class. Bring your own, or order Sleepy Bee Cafe during class and we will bring it to you!
To register, select workshop starting date and time above.
Richard Parrish operates a studio for kiln-glass in Bozeman, Montana. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Idaho in Moscow, Idaho. His art work was featured in a solo exhibition at the Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York and in a group exhibition at the Glasmuseet Ebeltoft in Denmark, both in 2016.
Richard has taught architecture and design at The University of Michigan and Montana State University. He teaches classes in kiln-glass nationally and internationally, focusing on the visual elements of design; color theory; and inspiration, meaning and intent.
To see more of Richard's work, visit fusiostudio.com
Students must wear closed-toed shoes in the studio.
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.