RICK L. SILAS

SILASTIAL™ GLASS ART

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, CANADA  B0J 2C0

T. (902) 212.2060

contact@silastialglass.com

© 2016 Rick L. Silas

Created by Darcy Silas 

MASTER CLASS LIVE ONLINE WEBINARS

Hosted by Glass Pattern Quarterly Magazine

December 12, 2019 

The Art of "Ice Glass" 

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Join Master Artisan, Rick Silas, for this live, two-hour Glass Expert Webinar™ on

Thursday, December 12, 2019 

at 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time


In this webinar, professional glass artist, Rick Silas will introduce you to the art of “Ice Glass.”  Ice Glass was developed by Rick to create a 3-dimensional appearance on glass all without the use of heat or machines. Ice Glass is used to create unique functional and artistic pieces including paintings, tabletops, back splashes, etc. Ice Glass can be applied to existing, new, or reclaimed tempered glass.   Really, the variations of Ice Glass are endless!

In this webinar you will learn the fundamentals of Ice Glass and the many applications of this diverse medium.  Rick will also provide simple step-by-step instructions. Ice Glass uses NO HEAT and can be done in a small space with minimal startup costs.      

This technique is just one of the many cold worked glass techniques Rick has developed over the past 40 years.  Now you can be one of the first few people to learn this multifaceted technique.

For more information on Rick Silas and the innovative processes he has invented see the July/August 2017 issue of Glass Art Magazine. Rick and his glass techniques have also been featured on the Discovery Channel and the Dragons’ Den.

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--No Traveling Required!

February 4, 2020

"Plant Pressing" using Ice Glass Technique 

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Join Master Artisan, Rick Silas, for this live, two-hour

Glass Expert Webinar™ on

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

at 8:30 - 10:30 p.m. Eastern
 

This class will teach students how to use real plants to create dimensional plant imagery on glass using Rick Silas’ Ice Glass technique. Rick developed this additional process, which he calls “Plant Pressing,” and has successfully used it to create many installation pieces including counter tops, tiles, walls, back splashes, tabletops, and hundreds of unique art pieces.

Although the finished piece looks quite complex, it is a very simple art form that needs no drawing skills to create an extremely realistic and dimensional image of almost any plant. This process does not require a kiln.

If you like gardening, this art form can add a whole new level of appreciation for plants while making a unique and beautiful piece of art.

Get your questions ready and don’t miss this opportunity to chat with Rick LIVE!

 

This technique is just one of the many cold worked glass techniques Rick has developed over the past 40 years.  Now you can be one of the first few people to learn this multifaceted technique.   

For more information on Rick Silas and the innovative processes he has invented see the July/August 2017 issue of Glass Art Magazine.  Rick and his glass techniques have also been featured on the Discovery Channel and the Dragons’ Den.

 

REGISTER

--No Traveling Required!


 

Thank you for your interest!