Seminar Blue Earth Minnesota
May 13-16 2021
This is a four day seminar on learning to layer lusters to create different richer colors. Techniques will be different for each student as they will make their own decisions regarding color and texture. For details and more information contact: Joan Frandle (email@example.com)
These dates may change?
STATE FEDERATION PORCELAIN ART CLUB OF TEXAS
A Great opportunity to meet Nancy, see her products and art, plus take part in luster demos. Look for the Bergman Lusters booth. Dates and location pending:
Buffalo New York Convention: Sepember 30th to October 3rd, 2021: Workshop-Saturday 10/03/20 Morning - Simple Luster Techneques.
Seminar - Adirondack Porcelain Artists - Landscapes of choice with Luster 3 days before. Dates September 27th to 29th.
Buffalo New York convention and porcelain art show open to the public. Look for the Bergman Luster booth and check with Nancy about her demo schedule! Get the details from: Carol Minnick n and Phone 716-627-4644
FOUNDER, OWNER, ARTIST, TEACHER, SPEAKER
Nancy started painting art porcelain with lusters in 1976. Along with her mother and sisters, she sold as many as 10,000 ornaments a year (both traditional and luster) in department stores until 1996 in the USA. Today, she travels the world teaching luster, selling porcelain art pieces and her custom blend of lusters, and taking custom orders.
Nancy paints a broad range of subjects -- flowers, people, animals, abstracts -- using Lusters and many different techniques to create a form of mixed media. She’s always trying something new: something thought-provoking, clever, cute, and beautiful.
A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Nancy studied History of Costume Design, Business, and Art/Design. She's also learned from a number of leading fine artists, as well as her own experience and experiments.
Book Nancy for your seminar, workshop, retreat, keynote, or convention. Her teaching is dynamic and exciting for students or attendees, plus she offers innovative and creative new ideas for using luster and ceramic glazes. Go to Cantact: