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With a Smith Always (1985)

Felicia Kongable

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  •  Artist Patrick Wadley designs a piece by cutting into a piece of glass layered with contact paper 
  •  Wadley begins the etching process 
  •  About the reverse bas relief method 
 
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This 1985 episode of With a Smile Always, a program produced by Austin Community Television, highlights the work of Patrick Wadley, an Austin-area artist. A specialist in glass etching, Wadley demonstrates the creation a piece using the reverse bas relief method. In addition to exhibiting Wadley’s process and techniques, the segment also explores the artist’s singular style. Wadley died in Austin in 1992. This program was produced by donor Felicia Kongable.