5/21-23 Toner Lithography for Glass with Carrie Iverson

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$595.00

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May 21- 23, 2021. 9am-5pm daily.

Carrie Iverson, Master Instructor. 

Explore this versatile printmaking method for transferring images from a Xerox or laser print. The technique uses principles from lithography and can be used to print drawings, photographs, found objects- anything that can be photocopied! This versatile method can be adapted to a variety of materials and requires minimal space and equipment- perfect for the home studio! Over the three-day class you will create a variety of samples exploring the potentials of the process, including using reactive glasses to widen your color palette. No prerequisites.

Note: This technique differs from a decal process in that it results in glass “prints” composed of fine glass powder fired onto a glass sheet.

Visiting from out of town for this workshop?  We have worked out special rates with a nearby Best Western Inn & Suites, located 7.5 miles away.  It has been renovated with new rooms and beds, and is very clean.  You'll enjoy it!  Here is a link with out discounted rates:

Best Western Inn & Suites

BIO

Born and raised in rural Virginia, Carrie Iverson received her BA from Yale University and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Known for her innovative use of materials, her site responsive installations have incorporated glass, print, found objects, video, and sound. Her work is in many collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art (New York), and the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago). 

She has taught print and glass classes at studios around the world including Pilchuck Glass School, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Bullseye Glass Company, GlassForum (Norway), Creative Glass (Switzerland and UK), Blue Dog Glass (Australia), and Taiwan National University (Taipei). Additionally, she has been an artist in residence at the de Young Museum (San Francisco), KALA Art Institute (Berkeley), North Lands Creative Glass (Scotland), Seto Center for Glass and Ceramics (Japan), Pilchuck Glass School, Alberta College of Art and Design (Canada), and Glenfiddich (Scotland).