Printing Techniques for Glass – Philippa Beveridge
Wed 3 November- 10:00 am - Fri 5 November- 4:30 pm£495.00
Learn how to print and create surface decoration on glass using a range of techniques from linoleum cuts to decals, as well as kiln-forming techniques from fusing and slumping to basic mould-making. Over four days you will explore the potential of lino cuts for printing (applying resists, enamels, sizer for gilding etc.) as well as taking moulds from them to use in both slumping and casting processes. How to use decals for printed effects on glass will also be covered. These techniques and individual responses will be assessed in light of their great potential for both architectural and sculptural glass work.
Philippa Beveridge is a London and Barcelona-based British artist who currently works from her own studio on architectural commissions, installations and sculpture in glass. She graduated in landscape architecture from the University of Greenwich, London, in 1984 and completed an MFA in Art in Architecture from the University of East London in 2007. She studied sculpture, painting, mosaic and glass at the Massana Art School in Barcelona and advanced techniques in glass at the FCVB (Barcelona Glass Foundation). She has exhibited in Europe and the United States and her exhibitions include solo shows at the Musée-Atelier du Verre, France, the Museo de Arte en Vidrio, Spain, the British Council and the FAD (Spanish Art and Design Association), Barcelona.
Her work is held in public and private collections internationally and her architectural commissions include work for a Paris-based exhibition by the Enric Miralles Practice, two glass walls for a private residence on Paseo de Gracia, Barcelona and forty glass panels for the Can Xarina Restaurant in Catalonia. She has received several prizes including the Jutta Cuny Franz Memorial New Talent Award for sculpture in glass. She is co-author of Warm Glass: A Complete Guide to Kiln-Forming Techniques (Lark Books).