Jewelry Wire Wrapping with Barbara Tilley
I will show how to use micro jewelry drill bits (diamond tipped drilled bits). I have found these drill bits to be the best for jewelry making. I loved the small size and fine holes that I am able to
drill in glass. A very handy tool for glass jewelry artists.
I will also show how to use a grinder bit to add a small groove into fused glass or other centerpieces of your next piece of jewelry. By adding a groove, you can easily attach wire, string, or other
material when finishing your wearable jewelry! Your pieces will be ready to hang and worn proudly.
For those glass artists that do not want to drill holes into or groves around their glass treasures, I will show you how to wire wrap your piece so that it is unharmed by the process. This
traditional jewelry making technique is fun and really lets you create unique designs.
To help you on your way to creating lots of wire wrapped jewelry I will include my book – Wire Fun. A step by step pictorial guide to basic wire wrapping. Includes 5 projects shown in 42 full
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Ceramics and Glass with Michael Harbridge
Learn the basics of combining glass with ceramics and firing to cone temperatures in your kiln. It's fun and easy and Michael will show what works and what does not during this online educational
webinar workshop. This project is ideal for the beginner or experienced artist at nearly any age level. Michael will show you how to turn ordinary ceramic shapes into an extraordinary artwork! A
written technique sheet is also provided. Whether you are a traditional artist or studio owner, contemporary shop or just someone looking for a fun project to complete, you won't want to miss
this outstanding opportunity.
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Picasso Planter with Amy Zander
Just in time for spring, a wall planter with an attitude! Using basic handbuilding with clay skills, I will teach you how to create this Picasso inspired planter. The planter's focus is the
face, make it abstract or normal, people to animals, the possibilities are endless. After it is fired, fill it with soil and plant grass seed to create "Hair". As it grows, you can even
give him a haircut, kind of like a modern Chia Pet. This project is easy for kids to seniors. Discover how to roll out a slab of clay, make attachments, form and shape the clay into a functional
wall pocket with fun results! A great project to create all summer long.
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Using Concepts with other Fired Arts Products (Glazes) with David Hoff
We know Concepts have been design for use on bisque. However, some unique and exciting finishes can be accomplished by using Concepts with other glaze products, i.e. Satin Glazes, Courtyard Glazes
Designer Glaze, Crystal Glazes and more. We will show you how to use Concepts with all of these color families. During the Webinar we will discuss firing and one of the projects will be completed with
the newer high-fire cone 5-6 glazes; used on high fire pottery.
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Stamping Your Heart Out with Arlene Smith
Come join Arlene for another evening of creating great designs using rubber stamps.
Arlene is going to show you how you can create 4 different types of designs using stamps.
Learn to blend color on the stamp, learn to create using tape, learn to enhance your designs and then learn to create an intricate overall design.
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Clay Eggs with Michael Harbridge
Would you like to know how to create these outstanding, jumbo clay eggs? These exclusive designs are being taught for the first time by artist Michael Harbridge. There are so many options and creative
possibilities for patterns, designs, textures and colors that no two will be the same. These are ideal for workshops with children and adults.
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Soft Fired Stoneware
Strokes on Soft Fired Stoneware with Tony Tanner In this Wednesday Webinar you will learn how to use various strokes to decorate stoneware. You will learn the difference between soft-fired and mature
stoneware and how to decorate each type with strokes. We will discuss what stoneware is made of, why it is stronger than porcelain or earthenware, and why it is the best choice for items you want to
bake in or cook in. We will also touch on painting on mature porcelain briefly.
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The Dagger Brush
Sign Up Form for "The Dagger Brush" with David Hoff Wednesday October 21st, 2009 at 9:30pm EST.
Join David Hoff in his Fresno Studio to explore and learn about the Dagger Liners; one of the most unique and versatile brushes available to ceramic brushstroke artists and decorators. The Dagger
Liner is a Round, a Liner and occasionally a Shader all rolled in to one brush. During this live webinar we will easily show you how easy it is to complete a variety of Dagger Liner Strokes; creating
this unique fantasy design. (see photo). As with our previous webinars featuring brushstrokes we will continue to work on boards completing the basic brushstrokes for you to learn and to practice.
When the demonstration board is completed we will move onto the actual Sushi plate by Cardinal Design using Duncan's Concepts to complete the piece. We shall also give you a hand out of a second
Dagger Project completed in EZ-Strokes and Cover-Coats. Finally, we shall have the start of discussion on Clear Glazes application with a proper glaze brush. Over the next few webinars we will discuss
a variety of issues relating to clear glaze. So please join us with the continuing series on brushwork and with the discussion and demonstration of clear glaze applications
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Handbuilding With Clay. The Basics Part #4
•Coiling is a very important part of Handbuilding. Using coils allows you to form virtually any shape to any size and it is also used in basic construction. Discover the two coiling techniques of
using rounded coils and building with flattened coils. Both give you great results. This webinar is one of a series of handbuilding with clay. All of the basic skills are available on demand so it is
easy to learn the other basic techniques. Join me as we continue to show you how easy it is to work with clay and what a great addition it is to any studio or ceramic shop. You already have a kiln? So
let me teach you the skills needed to create beautiful pottery with nothing but clay, your hands and a few everyday items. No expensive molds or supplies required. It is fun, easy and no experience is
•Handbuilding with clay is fun, easy and no experience is necessary for this great beginner project
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Soldered Jewelry Featuring Barbara Tilley
Let Barbara Tilley show you how to make amazing jewelry pieces using stain glass supplies. With an inexpensive craft soldering iron and stain glass foil and solder, you can make beautiful settings
for your fused glass. Learn how to foil your piece and apply solder and attach to jewelry findings. Simple step by step directions will having you making incredible settings that will take your
fused glass jewelry to the next level.
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A Night Of Mini Projects
Join Liz for her demonstration of applications and techniques of some fun products. You will love making your own stencils and applying the mini metallic rub ons. Chalks come alive with a few brush
strokes of metallic stains. You will learn how to decorate a glass form or a plain glazed piece using a candle and a metal knife! Glitter Glue and the Powder Glitters adds sparkle to everything! You
will love the array of patterns for painting on Mason Jar lids…..don’t miss this full hour of ideas.
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Slab Roller Ka Ching with Melanie Malsam
Does your studio have a slabroller? Do you ever wonder how you can make more money for you studio? Let me share with you some of my favorite and very successful slabroller projects that can be done as
a class or bisque fired and sold for a great profit. They can be customized for every holiday and season, and even birthday parties. You'll not only learn how to create these fabulous projects,
but I will also share some of my own personal designs that fly off our studio shelves. Fun, fast, and easy-these projects will have your register singing "ka-ching!"
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Fun Character Garden Globes with Michael Harbridge
Would you like to add some fun characters to your garden? This webinar is designed so participants can construct creative critters or globes using clay puzzling techniques and clay adaptation. It’s
fun, easy and no two turn out the same. Michael will show you how to create round shapes, add bulging eyeballs, noses, hair hats and so much more. Ask questions and see step-by-step instructions
during the live broadcast. A written technique sheet is also provided. Whether you are a traditional artist or studio owner, contemporary shop or just someone looking for a fun project to complete,
you won’t want to miss this outstanding opportunity.
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Delightful Donuts Featuring Barbara Tiley
Let Barbara show you how to make your own glass donuts using frit and glass molds. Once you have your donuts made, Barbara shows you how to turn them into easy to make jewelry. You will learn to use
store bought jewelry findings, and make your own findings using chain, silk cords, and wire. This is a webinar that is loaded with great information, but don't worry about catching it all, this
webinar comes with a full color step by step pictorial instructions. It's time to make the Donuts!
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Rip and Tear with Final Decorating Pieces with David Hoff (2 Hours)
Good Day to all of you. I have racked my brain, so that I could bring you something different and something useful at the same time. I think I have hit upon the right combination for you viewing
enjoyment as well as a great learning experience at the same time.
The first hour of the webinar will be RIP AND TEAR. We will be working with wet freshly poured greenware as the basis for the projects. From there we will proceed to rip and tear and the piece
altering the ware's shape. Once the piece is altered, we will be using a variety of materials (sheeting, coffee grounds, vinegar and cheese-cloth) to enhance the pieces. We will have so much fun
getting messy and creating fantastic unique pieces.
The second hour of the webinar will feature the final decorating finishes one can accomplish with rip and torn pieces. We will feature a little airbrushing, glaze combinations, crystal glazes and
metallic glazes. This hour will be jam packed with decorating ideas altered enhanced pieces. To register for this webinar click below.
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Fused Glass Flowers with Cara Dimassimo
Fabulous Fused Glass Flowers - Learn how to create your own fused glass flowers including choosing glass and molds, sizing and designing your flower, and shaping and finishing techniques. Glass
flowers make perfect accents for your home or garden, wonderful gifts, and if you're a professional - your customers will LOVE them!
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Fabulous Fused Fish with Cara DiMassimo
Glass fish are one of the most popular items I create - they sell well at art fairs and my customers love creating their own! In this webinar you will learn how to create your own fish pattern to make
a realistic fish of any variety, and how to make your own unique fanciful fish. I'll also teach you a simple way to create a fish "blank" that any customer can complete without the need
for advanced cutting skills. Finally, you will learn some hanging and mounting techniques to put your fish on display!
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Fun and Funky-Table Top Garden Water Fountain with Arlene Smith
Arlene is back again with another Fun and Funky Project for your home or studio. During the webinar Arlene will show you how to create a Table Top Garden Fountain. This project will be great for
your home, your studio or just for gift giving.
For you studios, think about packaging this project with all the pieces, pump, tubing and already drilled. A great way to increase sales.
During the evening Arlene will talk about how she selects pieces, how she prep’s them, how she decorated this project. She will also talk about firing and assembly.
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