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Intersections: Pate de verre


January 13 - 18, 2020
Kiln Working
All Levels
One-Week Session

Intersection; a point or surface at which lines intersect. Whether you think of this as two roads crossing or a mathematic theorem it is the idea of a meeting place, a joining, a connection which can lead to creating something new. You can open up a whole new world of expression through intersecting lines and shapes.

In this class, we will focus on making pre-fired elements to use as inclusion, creating pieces with protrusions coming out of them. You will also learn how to create pieces that fit together either forming a sitting or stacking pair. There may be the opportunity to create a trio or other assemblages as time, space, and design allow.

This class is best for someone who has taken my class before or has experience mold making and modeling with clay.

You can expect to finish several pieces which will include some cold working and some cold fusion(gluing). As time allows we can do some experimenting too! As always, we will be working hard and fast and having lots of fun while we are doing it!


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Alicia Lomné (Photo by Nancy Wiesser)

Alicia Lomné is an artist living and working on Whidbey Island, Wash. Lomné has spent the last 15 years exploring and developing her own unique style of the kiln casting technique, pâte de verre....