$475.00 – $525.00
Instructor Mark Hufford
October 11th-13th, 2019
Come join Mark Hufford this October to explore the wonders of enamels! In this comprehensive techniques course, students will create 8-10 sampler tiles and learn how to use all of the products in the Unique Glass Colors product line. The products used will be the NT enamels, Accents, Layering Mix, Details, Artisans, Outline and demonstrations with MUD. The last day of class students will create their own design using one or more of the techniques and products used in the samplers. This course prepares the skilled fused glass enamel painter with skills to elevate their work beyond the basics but allows beginners starting point to success and understanding of how the products work.
All material fees included in class. No prior painting or drawing experience required!
Mark Hufford is an Artist, Instructor and Graphic Designer whose passion for the arts began at the age of four when he first put pencil to paper. While Mark is an accomplished Artist in many mediums, his early love of graphite not only endured but grew. After years of limitless exploration into the layered subtleties of graphite drawing, along with his experimentation and development of various techniques, he yearned to share what he had mastered with others.
His unique method of teaching is not to simply arm students with technical skills. Mark’s greatest joy is in guiding his students to see the world through brand new eyes as they awaken to the nuances that surround them in the simplicity of everyday life. His focus provides students with an increased level of awareness and a refinement of their observation skills enabling them to reate truly realistic work.
Mark is available for private instruction in drawing in graphite, soft pastels and scratchboard for the beginner to intermediate level learner. He has a various online courses available for download and currently travels throughout the United States holding workshops for fused glass painting and graphite drawing.
Find more information about Mark Hufford on his website: www.mshdesigns.com