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eBook - Catherine Dunstan: Creative and Professional Development for Glass Artists

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eBOOK: Creative and Professional Development for Glass Artists by Catherine Dunstan

This practical guide by professional glass artist and teacher Catherine Dunstan provides the tools and information needed to find your creative voice and plan your journey in the world of glass.

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Featuring insights and case studies from industry professionals and a diverse range of artists specialising in hot glass, kiln-forming and stained glass. These include Tamsin Abbott, Simon Alderson, Anthony Amoako Attah, Juliet Forrest, Katherine Huskie, Flora Jamieson, Julie Light, Verity Pulford, Laura Quinn, Elliot Walker and Bethany Wood.

Discover the importance of play with hands-on exercises, and identify how to channel your inspirations through your work before exploring various ways of creating a collection of work and connecting with your audience.

Whether you’re looking to fine-tune your relationship with glass, find your market and put yourself in it or build your profile in the industry, this book aims to give you the tools and information needed to create a professional development plan that works for you.

This ebook is also available as an A4 printed book which can be found here https://warm-glass.co.uk/creative-and-professional-development-for-glass-artists.html

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