Paula Radke’s Wearable Glass Design
In spite of its delicate nature, glass is one of the few mediums that embraces form and function, and glass jewelry is a fascinating example of the endless possibilities of the art form.
No discussion about glass beading and jewelry design would be complete without mention of glass artist Paula Radke, one of the star instructors at our glass art classes. This master of art glass clay and handmade glass jewelry makes masterful designs almost effortlessly, and we were honored to have her teach at Ed Hoy’s Customer Weekend, our annual event for vendors, instructors, and glass art enthusiasts to meet, mingle, create, and discover new products and techniques.
Needless to say, Paula Radke’s glass beading class was an excellent experience. Her wearable glass art is a force to be reckoned with, and we can’t wait to see where it goes next. We also can’t wait to see what her students will do with their new skills in the upcoming months.
Discover Glass Jewelry
From intricately fused glass designs to cold working and blown glass details, glass jewelry making is an excellent way to experiment with new art glass products and techniques. Ed Hoy’s International invites you to explore your creative prowess and create an enchanting and intricate work of art for yourself, your family, and your customers. The right supplies and tools are merely a few clicks away.
View more of Paula Radke’s work online at http://paularadke.com/.
You can also visit http://edhoy.com/learn/ for classes from Paula Radke and other dynamic glass artists. Whether you want to improve on fusing, sculpting, drawing, or blowing glass, we have the course for you.
Ready to explore glass beading for yourself? Ed Hoy’s has the tools to support all of your glass art endeavors, including lampworking supplies, rods and tubing, and Paula Radke’s specialty, art glass clay.