Color Theory for Kilnformed Glass: Fear No Color

February 23-27, 2012

Will be taught by Richard Parrish

Price: $975.00 USD (Includes all materials and lunch each day.)

Class Info pdf: COLOR THEORY FOR KILNFORMED GLASS

This class will explore color principles, theory and applications using Bullseye glass and kilnforming techniques.  The intent is to increase our understanding of color and how we can use it in our glass work to enhance the content and increase the beauty of the finished piece.

Conventional color theory, which is generally based on opaque or pigmented color, provides the departure point for our explorations in glass.  Glass obviously has many qualities that are much different than opaque or pigmented color so our goal is to understand color in terms of the qualities of glass such as transparency, translucency, light reflection and
refraction, and depth.

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