The artisan-designer Yvon Gaussirand opens his workshop in time to guide budding artists who want to work in the design and construction of a sculpture of glass and metal.
Creation of a sculpture that incorporates metal and glass. Depending on each individual's project, Yvon will guide the participant through the creation of their vision while anticipating the implementation and trajectory approaches.
Yvon Gaussirand is an artisan-designer. Here are some important milestones in his career: 1974-1980 he was an artisan of leather (clothing). He obtains from the city of Saint-Jérôme the name of a street: Rue des Artisans. In 1981, he moved to Saint-Jean-Port-Joli and studied the relief/terrain cut with the Bourgault family at the sculpture school. In 1986, he became interested in sandblasting frosted glass and chipping glue. In 1990, he designs a course and becomes a professor of stained glass. Since 2009, he specializes in metal and coloured glass sculptures. Pedagogue, Yvon wishes to accompany his students in their journey of implementation.
Many dates are available.
5 hours a day
Number of participants.
3 people maximum
Please provide your own work gloves and wear comfortable but protective footwear at all times. Bring a sketch pad and some pencils.
Beginners and experienced members.
$480 (plus tax) per person that participates in the pilot project.
Real value: $565
To register and for more information please contact: 418 359-2124