Inception To Completion: Resin Casting a Burl Vessel
July 21, 2019 – July 27, 2019
In this workshop students will make a resin cast burl vessel to discover the artistry in selecting the right piece of wood and how burl selection, proportion, color selection and finish are all-important to the final aesthetic of a piece. You will learn about the types of resins, pigments, forming and equipment that are needed, combined with techniques to successfully complete your piece. This is an inception to completion study. With a little patience, acquired skills, and attention to technical detail, participants will go home with a beautiful finished piece. A student’s working knowledge of vessel and bowl turning is helpful to a successfully completed piece.
COURSE FEE: $675
Alan Trout lives in San Antonio, Texas, and his work is focused on what he terms “syntho-organic forms.” His home and studio are near downtown in Tobin Hill, a historic neighborhood with a thriving art scene. Trout blends resins and organic materials in harmony with elegant classic forms that have become his recognized signature style.
In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.