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Tim Carey

Fusing and Photoshop: Designing for Glass

Speed is essential in turning our glass art into a profitable enterprise. 

21st century technology  now offers us the ability to spend  our precious hours working less with paper,

and more with the glass itself. This talk will explore the ways in which Photoshop can be used, not as replacement for hand-designing,

but as a tool with which to use our hands more efficiently

Tim Carey is a painter turned glass artist. He is the former Creative Director of The Judson Studios and currently runs Tim Carey Studio LLC out of Los Angeles, Ca. Tim’s goal is to bring image making in glass to the forefront in all areas of both private and public art. 

During the making of “The Resurrection Window” in Kansas Tim sought out the expertise of Narcissus Quagliata. Tim seeks to push this medium not only in his work but though the education of those currently working in glass as well as other media. 

Tim has taught at Bullseye Glass, Pacific Art Glass, The American Glass Guild and Stained Glass Association workshops as well as at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. 

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