Nov 20, 2007

Larry Brickman Teaching

Hey everyone..

I just wanted to let everyone know that due to high demand for this class, we have added a second date. We need a minimum of 6 people to make it a go for sure, so if you are interested please let us know asap so we can book him for the extra time!

Here is a copy of the class description and other info

Dates :
1st class Feb 2nd & 3rd (full)
2nd class Jan 31st & Feb 1st (thursday/ friday)

Cost : $550 includes everything.
Payment will be due in January

Larry Brickman is a full-time glass artist we whose work is represented throughout through out the United States and Internationally. He has worked with jewelry since 1992 and has been focused on torchworking glass since 1996. Larry has taught beadmaking to over 1500 students. He instructs glass torchworking classes extensively through nationally known art schools and glass companies through out the United States, Canada, Mexico, Italy, Germany, and Australia.

The “Bigger, Better and More Dots” class is designed to further enhance your skills with eye or dot techniques and the many ways to manipulate them, for example- stacked, swirled, raked, and plunged dots and induced bubbles. This class will focus primarily on focal beads. The student will learn about glass control, larger and better core beads, large mandrel beads and proper bead holes. Larry’s vast experience as an flameworking engineer, past general manager of Frantz Art Glass, long term glass artist and instructor will enable him to answer all your questions on studio setup, fuels, torches, tools, equipment, glass, ergonomics, product vendors, and new products and materials. Larry is well known for FUN, informative workshops and passing on many “tricks of the trade” to enhance and help in your everyday flameworking.

For more info or to sign up please contact Amy Johnson or Jill Cribbin at TANK fire + metal
103, Case Goods Bldg. 55 Mill St, Toronto ON


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