Warren Norgaard is a multi-discipline artist whose focus is in fused and cast glass. Working in the glass mediums since 1990, his work has been shown and collected internationally. His passion for glass has led him to focus his own work around the mandala, and the traditional way they have been created for centuries, developing a method for creating these intricate designs in glass. In 2015, Warren opened Milkweed Arts, a multi-disciplinary facility offering classes in stained glass, fused glass, silk-dyeing, wood turning, and metals, focusing on adult education. He also travels the country teaching his trademark “Mandala technique” at host studios around the US and Canada. Warren resides with his dogs — Rex, Laverne, and Shirley – in Phoenix, Arizona, and his favorite film is The Princess Bride. As you wish!
PLEASE NOTE: Warren is in the business of teaching students, not instructors. It is understood that students enrolled are taking the workshop for personal artistic development, and NOT to teach the methods and techniques being learned during this workshop. I expressly do NOT give permission to students to teach this technique after taking the workshop.