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Alicia Lomne

Alicia Lomne

Lomné has spent the last 21 years exploring and developing her own unique style of pâte de verre. She has exhibited her work nationally and participated in shows at The Kentucky Museum of Art and Design, The Museum of American Glass, Figgie Art Museum, National Liberty Museum, Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, and The Muskegon Museum of Art. 

For the last 17 years, Lomné has invested more of her time in teaching, enthusiastically sharing her knowledge of pâte de verre with others at Pilchuck Glass School, Penland School of Crafts, The Corning Musuem of Glass, Bullseye Glass resource centers across the country, as well as in Denmark, Switzerland, Australia, England, and Germany. Though she never thought of herself as an educator, sharing knowledge has resulted in a genuine love and an enthusiasm for teaching which she describes as one of best experiences of her life. 


Video Tutorial: Leaf Casting w/ Alicia Lomne

This is a short but sweet video tutorial taking you through all the steps of creating a thin cast glass leaves using real leaves!  All skill levels are welcome, supplies are very inexpensive and this will take your fused glass work in an entirely new direction.  The only "cold-working" equipment needed is a Dremel with diamond bit and a grinding pad.  This technique is perfect for small to mid-size kilns as well and small home and hobby studios.


Review by Ginger
Alicia is one of my favorite teachers! Her work is just so beautiful and unique. This little gem of a project is just so fun & easy. She does a great job explaining the techniques, and I got a lot out of it. Something perfect for fall gifts or decorating around your home.

• Video Tutorial: Exploring Pate de Verre w/ Alicia Lomne

This video will take you through the steps of creating a piece from beginning to end using my favorite firing technique in Pate de Verre! I use several different techniques/firing schedules but this one is by far my favorite allowing me to get the unique shapes that I love most.  Using a combination of Sand and Talc, you will learn how to create a “soft core” inside your mold which helps to support and hold the glass in place against the mold surface. Using this technique, you can get taller, rounder, more unusual shapes that you simply cannot get using any other firing in pate de verre.


Review by Dancing G. 
There is so much that I am learning on this video: Clay, plaster and glass. I have been wanting to learn this process for a very long time and Alicia's videos don't disappoint. Thank you Alicia and AAE Team for bringing this technique to your site.

• Video Tutorial - Glass Inclusions: Further Explorations in Pate de Verre w/ Alicia Lomne

This is the second video installment in Alicia's Pate de Verre series.  If you purchase this video without watching Alicia's first video, Exploring Pate de Verre, it is assumed that you have clay/model building experience as this is not demonstrated in the second video.  Please review video one where this is demonstrated with full instruction at great length. 

Creating inclusions allows you to enter into a whole new world of expression and fun with your Pate de Verre vessels. Sometimes the vessel might seem like a mundane object, but not with inclusions sticking out of it!


Review by Sandy T. 
Alicia Lomne shares all of her knowledge. She leaves nothing out. She has obviously worked with this pate verre technique for many years and gives you all the information you could possibly need to create a work similar to her work. Loved the video--way more information than I could possibly take in. Better than a class by far!! I had her all to myself!
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