Workshops Workshops | Summer 2016 - Page 11

Stained Glass Don’t miss this unique opportunity to study glass painting in a breathtaking historical setting: Glencairn Museum. Familiarize yourself with Old World techniques by observing Glencairn’s collection of stained glass panels from the Middle Ages. After studying the fluid brush strokes found on actual 12th century windows, you will be inspired to create your own masterpiece. Screen Printing on Glass with Joseph Cavalieri Stained Glass Conservation with Steve Hartley July 18–22 — $675 July 25–29 — $675 New York artist and educator, Joseph Cavalieri, presents a 5 day workshop focusing on silk-screen printing on glass. Students will also explore direct painting, air brushing and “pen-and-ink” drawing on glass. This workshop explains the whole process, starting with sketches and ending in framing and lighting. Students can combine processes to make a finished stained glass panel, or a variety of samples. Students have the option of using pre-existing screens or bringing screens of their own work to use in class. This hands-on course will introduce proper evaluation and documentation techniques for stained glass conservation. Students will participate in repairing a 19th Century stained glass window from a listed historic building while practicing conservation techniques, including cleaning, copper foil repairs and chemical edge bonding. Coinstructor J. Kenneth Leap will cover restoration painting techniques including glass selection, cover plates, and matching historic pigments. Joseph Cavalieri is a New York-based artist and educator. In 2015 he was the keynote speaker for the Glass Society of Ireland and NCAD Conference. Cavalieri’s work has been exhibited around the world – from Germany to Italy to Australia and, much closer to home, in Manhattan and Brooklyn. He is well-known and respected as a gifted and talented leader in his craft, and his works can be seen in some of the finest museums and galleries, including the Museum of Arts and Design and the STAX Museum in Memphis. One of his public art pieces can be viewed at the Philipse Manor Train Station in Westchester, NY. Cavalieri studied formally at the School of Visual Arts, UrbanGlass, and Pratt Institute. A current PhD candidate at the University of York, England, Stephen Hartley earned his M.F.A. in historic preservation from Savannah College of Art and Design. He has participated in the restoration of more than thirty historic sites, winning awards from the Historic Savannah Foundation for his work. Hartley has taught at SCAD and Armstrong Atlantic State University and lead the Historic Preservation and Restoration program at Savannah Technical College. He is internationally recognized for his work in the fi [[