Courses / Glazing
 

On the subject of glazing, Isabel O'Neil wrote, "Artists of the past often applied gales on their paintings to enrich deep colors and make translucent the light ones. A glaze on graceful pieces of furniture enhances them in the same way. Pursuing the theory that several techniques of the fine artist were incorporated in the craft of decorative furniture painting, we can regard glazing as yet another heritage from the painters of the Renaissance."

Students learn two glazing methods:
One glaze is made with
artist's oils and another glaze is made with japan colors. A variety of manipulation techniques are learned and one project is rendered.



Next Journeyman Course:
Design Techniques




 

To register please contact
THE ISABEL O'NEIL STUDIO WORKSHOP
315 East 91st Street (between 1st & 2nd Ave), 2nd Floor New York, New York 10128-5301
TEL: 212.348.4464 FAX: 212.534.7769 EMAIL: studio@isabeloneil.org

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