This post is a follow up to a previous one about techniques that I have been exploring to transfer digital designs into cast glass objects. This began last year at a fellowship at Wheaton Arts’ Creative Glass Center of America and was expanded upon this year while teaching at Pilchuck Glass School and in a workshop at Detroit’s College of Creative […]Read More Custom Glass Castings from Digital Designs
Greetings from the woods of Stanwood Washington where I am teaching in the remote paradise known as the Pilchuck Glass School. Session 2’s theme is Play and our class has been playing with methods of creating glass castings from digitally generated sculptures. As part of the class we are CNC carving graphite molds so I […]Read More CNC Carving Glitch Art
There’s only a few weeks until my class TaDDDaa!, which covers a range of digital processes for glass casting at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood Washington and there’s still a couple slots available! Session 2 runs May 30-June 17. The course will combine a 3D modeling, scanning and 3D printing/CNC routing track with a physical track […]Read More Come Learn 3D Modeling, Scanning, Printing & Glass Casting with me at Pilchuck in June!
I’m please to announce that I will be teaching a class at the Pilchuck Glass School in June of 2016. The class will cover a lot of the digital to physical techniques that I have been working with over the last few years, particularly this past year with my fellowship at Wheaton Arts Creative GLass Center […]Read More TaDDDaa! A Class in Digital Processes for Glass Casting at Pilchuck Glass School
I’ve just completed two weeks as a visiing artist at the Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. It’s been 21 years since I have been here and I’m happy to say that Artistic Director Tina Aufiero is doing a great job of pushing the school forward into the 21st century while maintaining the atmosphere of […]Read More Greetings From Pilchuck!
Its been a whirlwind ever since I went out to San Francisco for Maker Faire. I meant to post a recap of some of my favorite highlights of the weekend, but have been swamped with Scan-A-Rama and getting ready for this year’s fellowship at Wheaton Arts. This week I’m doing a quick visiting artist stint […]Read More Bay Area Maker Faire Talk: Fredini’s History of Technology as Entertainment