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Introduction to Colour Blooming – Catherine Dunstan

Sat 19 June- 10:00 am - Mon 21 June- 4:30 pm


Course Outline

A three-day introductory course, offering students the opportunity to expand their kiln-forming skill-set through a new and exciting pattern-making process for glass. This course will also provide opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of approaches to colour, and challenge your ideas about design for glass and how to anticipate how glass will move in the kiln in relation to negative space and kiln furniture. You will complete four experimental projects, all of which you will design and create from scratch with Catherine’s guidance. Each project will offer new things to learn and you will gain a thorough understanding of this process, equipping you to continue developing your own colour blooms after the course.

Catherine Dunstan

Catherine Dunstan is an experimental kiln-formed glass artist and teacher based in Bristol, UK. She developed colour blooming while studying for her MA in Glass, at UCA in 2019. She has six years’ experience teaching beginner and intermediate glass fusing courses and is currently working on her first contemporary collection, exploring the psychological transition into motherhood, for which the colour blooming process was developed as a narrative tool.

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Colour Blooming with Catherine Dunstan, 19-21 Jun 2021
£ 495.00
3 available
Tutor: Catherine Dunstan
Times: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Start: Sat 19 June
End: Mon 21 June
Location: The Glass Hub
Cost: £495

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Course Level
Intermediate - Advanced
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