Play with color and pattern in polymer clay to plan for your designs in glass! Murrine is an italian technique of stacking colorful glass rods or sheets in a specific order to create an image or pattern on the face of the stack. The mass is then sliced, with each piece repeating the pattern or building into a larger image. In this fun virtual class, we will mimic the murrine process in polymer clay; discovering an affordable, at-home way to play with color stories and repeating patterns.
Polymer clay is not included in the price of the class, but is widely available. Students should plan to purchase their own. This clay is made to harden in an oven, so students will need access to a toaster or full size oven.
This is a virtual class taking place online via Zoom. A Zoom link will be emailed to you upon registration with further instructions for accessing the class.
April 24 — May 1
Saturday, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm