Cusqua-Fiery

Cusqua-Fiery

The human kind need and fascination of fire is no stranger to me. Growing up I made tons of bone fires in the farm, collecting the wood, breaking it and keep the fire going. Steering at the hot coals and flames changing colors and direction with the wind made my imagination fly and imagined so many things.

Metal casting brought art and fire together. Cusqua has the reds of the fire and inside are towering glass pieces that come out of iron casting creating a micro world. Inside the slag I found droplets of iron hiding inside. Fire-Iron-Glass all in one

Smalti, glass, iron, steel

What's New

Workshops

January 13th -14th 2022

Introduction to Pal Tiya: A game changer

For those who are interested in an easy to use sculpture media to create 3D forms that do not require molds, kilns, or heavy armature this is the perfect workshop for you. Pal Tiya is nontoxic material, works like clay that air hardens as concrete. Pal Tiya forms can be placed indoors and outdoors. You don't need a large space to work with this material. The armatures can be made with cardboard and tin foil, perfect for beginners and great fun for intermediate students that want to push for more complex forms.

Course

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https://registration.spruillarts.org/wconnect/ShowSchedule.awp?&Search=INSTRUCTOR&Target=Mjg3ODYyNzUzODUx&Title=Courses+Taught+by+Maria+Sarmiento

 

New Video

Project for the city of Dunwoody done with the Spruill Center for The Arts

Online classes

Introduction to Pal tiya

This class is in  Mosaic Arts online and is available for anyone to enroll from the comfort of their home, with step by step videos and also extra bonus material at the end.

Pal Tiya is a wonderful material easy to use for the creation of your mosaic substrates.

 

Contact Me

To get in touch, please use my online form or call  678-820-8418

 

Maria Sarmiento

Sarmiento Studio


Atlanta, GA 30338

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