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Multi–Level Glass


Multi–Level Glass
Leo Tecosky
1 week course|| GLASS 641 001 || 1 credit hour || Lab Fee: $150

A hands-on studio workshop for those with some glassblowing experience. Students will learn a variety of techniques for manipulating molten “hot glass” into vessel or sculptural forms.  Lectures, demonstrations, videos, and critiques will augment studio instruction.

FACULTY

Leo Tecosky   Artifactual   glass: blown, hot sculpted, sandblasted 7”x 20” x 4” Photo Credit: Nathan J Shaulis

Leo Tecosky
Artifactual
glass: blown, hot sculpted, sandblasted
7”x 20” x 4”
Photo Credit: Nathan J Shaulis

Leo Tecosky’s work is a mashup of art x craft x design. Combining traditional glassblowing techniques, graffiti, stylized typography, and Islamic geometric motifs, he creates new objects that do not conform to any one discipline. With a  BA in Fine Art from Alfred University and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, Tecosky teaches at studios and universities both nationally and internationally. Leo lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, blowing glass and maintaining a studio practice.