Paula Radke has been making and selling Dichroic Glass Beads across the country for 30 years and is very well known in her field.
However, lately her work with ArtGlass Clay has taken her into an exciting new direction, using this wonderful product to produce unique, colorful, dimensional glass pieces that can be used in all kinds of jewelry making! The world of glass making is about to get bigger!
Paula has worked with ArtGlass Clay for almost as long as she has been making beads. In the early 80′s, she studied with Boyce Lundstrom at Camp Colton Oregon. Together, they used ArtGlass Clay to make large three dimensional bowls and used a spin caster to fire the pieces. In the past three years, Paula has been developing and making this dynamic product available to the public by experimenting, teaching and selling Artglass Clay at Art and Bead venues across the country.
Paula offers Certification Classes around the world, so that the education will continue using this innovative new compound-ArtGlass Clay.
Denver School of Jewelry Arts
Clear Creek Business Center 6810 N. Broadway Unit L Denver, CO 80221 (303) 997-9846