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Keeping a Glassblowing Sketchbook

November 23rd, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Liesl Schubel |

Glassblowing is a complex process. You must be clear on what you are doing in the moment, and have in mind the next steps to achieve your finished form. An excellent way to visualize these steps is to draw them. Parsing out the details of tool use and angles will help you further understand the logic of how to make a shape. In this class, students will start their own glassblowing sketchbooks, where you can keep notes of process, steps, and jot down inspiration from other glassblowers. 

Drawing implements (pen, paper, marker - whatever you are most comfortable with)
Sketchbook/sketch pad (any size)

If this price is prohibitive, please reach out to to talk through additional options.

*This is a virtual class hosted on ZOOM

Class Schedule
  • November 23rd, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Liesl Schubel

Liesl Schubel was born in Ontario, Canada in 1990. She moved twice while she was young: first to British countryside, then American. Life in England brought Liesl close to her mother’s upbringing, as Canada had done for her father’s. The memories and landscape of these homes hold deep, sustaining importance in Liesl’s life and practice. As a queer woman, an artist, and a city dweller from rural roots, the complexity of home and of familial histories, relationships, and disputes remain a constant source of inspiration in her practice.

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