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Skill Level: Intermediate
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• Handouts & firing schedules included
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• Professionally filmed w/ three camera angles
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Kate MacLeod is the 2011 and 2013 First Place Winner of the CBS Dichroic by Design Contest. Kate has a long history in art and design and holds a BFA and an MBA, and is the former co-founder of Glass Symphony. She has published in multiple magazines, and is featured in a video on painting with dichroic extract on You-Tube (produced by CBS). Her newest work, Kate Rocks! is now in video form available through the AAE education website. She enjoys her quiet country lifestyle outside of Bend, Oregon while working commissions and independent whim.
Kiln Size Needed: Any
Equipment/Machinery Needed: Ring Saw / Grinder
Introducing the next sensation in Dichroic Jewelry! Kate MacLeod will lead you through creating amazing jewelry pieces that are… wait for it… kiln formed concentric circles! Seriously? That can be done in a kiln? Here-to-fore reserved for glass blowers and torch workers, the layering of color, and not only color, but Dichroic color, in concentric circles is perfected, explained, and made simple. The handouts alone are worth a gold mine as Kate throughly explains the properties of dichroic glass with diagrams, charts and color properties. Not only that, Kate has perfected the use of Dichroic scrap! Make the most out of every square centimeter of your Dichro. This is the next big seller in Dichroic jewelry. Whether you simply tether it as a pendant, wire wrap it, or use a stunning bracelet finding, the glass process will take your work to the next level. Kate’s formulae are included in the extensive PDF’s as dichroic-cake stack charts, along with firing schedules, and a comprehensive explanation of the CBS Dichroic color bar. Are you ready to take the next step into Dichroic Jewelry? This is it, no if’s, and’s, or but’s.
This process does require a tile saw or good ring saw. A red Taurus saw will work with a super slicer blade. A kiln with at least a 6" shelf is required. Pieces are flat so a deep kiln is not required. All other processes are completed with your basic studio essentials.
Private Facebook Group: A private student group has been created on Facebook entitled: “AAE Glass & Kate MacLeod Dichro Concentric Jewelry Student Group - Vitigraph Murrine: A Foundation” You can search the name and request entry or copy and past this link https://www.facebook.com/groups/146758925972438/ Please allow up to 72 hours for your request to be approved. If you are not approved in 72 hours, please e-mail email@example.com with your name or order number.
How to Watch: Add this class to your cart and purchase as you would any other item. Once purchased, your video will be available instantly for lifetime access and may be streamed in your aaeglass.com video library. If there are handouts associated with the video class, they will also be located in your library and ready for download. You may watch the video by full length version or by chapter for easy reference. View full screen by selecting the four-arrow icon at the bottom right of the video frame.You must be logged into your AAE account to purchase and watch your video. There are no refunds on video classes and no exceptions to this policy. Please e-mail customer service prior to purchasing if you have questions. Thank you.
Kate Rocks! - Full Version01:37:30
This video can be watched in your library by full version or chapter selection. Handouts and firing schedules can be downloaded and found in your library next to the "watch now" button.
1. Planning Your Piece00:06:26
2. Cutting Dichroic Circles00:26:26
3. Creating & Sorting Dichroic Frit00:05:43
4. Preparing the Mold00:06:08
5. The Dichro-Cake: Recipe #100:09:44
6. The Dichro-Cake: Recipe #200:07:37
7. The Dichro-Cake: Recipe #300:09:57
8. The Dichro-Cake: Recipe #400:11:19
9. Slicing the Cake00:13:11
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