Brown Bag Learning Series: Heart of Glass: How Melting Became My Passion
Presented by Liliana Glenn
We think of glass as hard, brittle, and static. In flame, glass becomes liquid, dynamic, and interactive. Natick artist Liliana Glenn continually finds herself drawn to flameworking—the process of melting glass rods in a torch flame—and deeper into the intricate relationship between molten glass and gravity. Her passion, curiosity and perseverance have kept her on a lifelong journey of self-discovery and artistic expression in glass. Join us as Liliana demonstrates glass as a process and as a product, in beads, vessels, jewelry, and mixed-media sculpture.
About Liliana Glenn:
A designer, maker, and teacher, Liliana Glenn developed a passion for glass more than 20 years ago. “Glass is a wonderful prism [through which to see] the natural beauty that surrounds me,” says Liliana, “I’m drawn to color and its inevitable encounter with light.” She creates and teaches glass in her Natick studio.
To register and receive an invitation to the Zoom session, please go to http://bit.ly/FPL-Events by 9am on May 7.