Antoinette Badenhorst is a world-renowned potter and teacher, who reaches students across the globe through her online courses. In a normal year, she travels to teach classes in various countries and holds in-person classes in her studio, though some of that has looked different this past year due to COVID-19. Badenhorst is also a member of the International Academy of Ceramics, a highly prestigious organization that caps its membership at 1,000 artists worldwide.
Stained glass is a bit of a dying art. One of the most threatening pieces of the equation is its expense. The labor costs alone is enough to discourage potential customers, which in turn is discouraging to potential artists. So why did Cassandra Godbold pick up this craft, especially in retirement?
This DIY is a friendly project to renters and homeowners alike. The process involves spraying paint on top of water, and dipping the plates; the paint will stick to the plate, and the water will act as a pillow, pressing the paint onto the plate. This project is as fun as it is beautiful and simple!