Fritography Workshop with Michael Dupille (1 day)

Fritography Workshop with Michael Dupille (1 day)

from 235.00

In this course we briefly review the concepts and methods of Beginning Fritography™ then then explore some new techniques and working methods that will bring your work to a whole new level of fun and sophistication. Want mayo and mustard on that? I will show you my process of making a ‘frit sandwich’ and all the amazing things you can do with that process. We’ll focus on creating unusual shapes, surface treatments, firing schedules and cover mural making techniques. We will also be using different frit sizes for amazing effects with single and multiple firings. 

Friday May 3rd, 9:30am-5:30pm

Members $235; Non Members $245

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Michael Dupille has been teaching art in various capacities since 1975. As a developer of many of the working methods in the kilnformed glass movement, Michael has taught workshops in Mexico and from Ottawa, Canada to Homer, Alaska and numerous locations in the contiguous United States, He also teaches from his home studio in Seattle, WA.

Michael has been teaching kilnformed glass since the late 1980s, and began working with glass in the 1970s as a glassblower. He offers classes for all skill levels. Subjects include Fritography, Kiln cast glass, and other specialty techniques such as Fritography With A Twist, Tranchant du Verre (pallete knife glass), The Watercolor Effect and Working with Organic Shapes.Michael creates a comfortable and fun learning environment that is supportive and encouraging of all skill levels.