A workshop in Timrå Sweden with Ginger Davis Allman.
The author of The blue Bottle Tree.
Ginger is known for her accurate information and comprehensive tutorials.
She will be teaching us a “faux lampwork” technique.
Where we make beads from polymer clay that look like they are made out of glass.
19-20´th of October 2019 in Timrå Sweden
Explorations and Variations in Lampwork Polymer Clay
Join us in this two-day class as we explore a variety of ways to use translucent polymer clay to achieve faux lampwork glass effects. Learn why working with translucent is so unique and discover how to use it to your best advantage. In addition, we’ll dive into the world of using iridescent powders to simulate dichroic glass effects. We will make beads in class, but will explore how these same techniques can be used for different types of projects as well.
Ginger Davis Allman has had a lifelong interest in both science and art, giving her an intense desire to explore the possibilities of polymer clay as a medium. Ginger is the creator of the popular polymer clay information website, The Blue Bottle Tree. She lives in the US with her husband, three bottle trees, and a lot of unfinished projects.