Glass Bead Making with Heather Trimlett - Session II
|Date(s):||Thursday & Friday, October 6 & 7, 2011|
|Time(s):||10:00am - 4:00pm each day|
Love the depth and sparkle of a clear cased bead? Need a refresher on making Twists? Curious about what to do with all those fancy twists you've already made? Intrigued by Large Hole Beads? This is the class for you!
Brazee Street School of Glass is thrilled to welcome internationally recognized bead maker, Heather Trimlett, as guest instructor. Do not miss your chance to study with Heather!
Heather is here to share her secrets and the magic in her designs. Secrets that include: making the ends of your twist match perfectly, clear casing your beads into elegant orbs and applying glass on a large mandrel while maintaining a smooth bead hole. Heather will teach you the tricks to being more precise with your beadmaking. One of the best parts of this class will be the amazing pinks and purples in the Bullseye Glass we will be using!
Be sure to bring examples of your current work and any beads that are causing you to struggle. Heather is likely to have the solution to your struggle.
Some bead making experience helpful, but not required.
Heather Trimlett has been creating flameworked objects full time since 1992 in El Cajon, CA. She designs colorful and illustrious glass beads, marbles, buttons, and jewelry. Ms. Trimlett’s work has been featured in many beadmaking publications. She shows her work in numerous galleries across the United States and teaches classes in beadmaking, hollow vessel forming, marbles, and glass buttons.