Yellow Dog Glass -
Becky has been working with kiln-formed glass for almost twenty years. Initially self-taught, she trained as a Bullseye educator at their factory in Portland, Oregon and then began teaching classes at Warm Glass UK in their wonderful studio in Wrington near Bristol.
She has been lucky enough to become technical assistant on the master classes of many wonderful glass artists: Rudi Gritsch, Bob Leatherbarrow, Silvia Levenson, Amanda Simmons, Alicia Lomne, Tanya Veit, Miriam di Fiore, Mikyoung Yung, Nathan Sandberg, Catherine Newell and Jeremy Lepisto.
Becky teaches many different techniques from the most simple basic foundation (An ‘everyone should know this about glass’ class) to advanced techniques including screen-printing, casting and mould making, pot-melts and vitrigraph, textures and weaving etc.
Glass is a very diverse and flexible medium and the possibilities are limited only by time and money!
Becky and her husband developed the Adjustabail glass hanging system and she also has a business partnership in ScreenEasy – an easy-to-use system for screen-printing on glass and many other materials.
Yellow Dog Workshops is a wonderful studio housed in the greenhouse of a beautiful Victorian walled garden in Wrington near Bristol. It’s a perfect space for teaching.
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