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Clay A Summer Session 4

Clay Summer Session 4
July 3–15
Lindsay Oesterritter
Innovation, One Pot at a Time

This workshop will focus on the investigations and explorations involved in creating and refining functional pottery. Using primarily stoneware clay, we’ll work on the wheel and use handbuilding techniques, including slab, carving, and coil. Investigations will include bisque molds, spouts and handles, mark making, and incorporating inspirations. While our focus will be on exploration, you can expect to take home up to three completed new forms and many more experiments and ideas to develop later. Bisque fire only. All levels. Upper clay studio.

Studio artist; co-organizer of Objective Clay and National Clay Week; teaching: Western Kentucky University, Arrowmont (TN), Archie Bray (MT), Watershed (ME); residencies; Arrowmont, Strathnairn Arts Association (AU); exhibitions: Flower City Arts Center (NY), Old Church Pottery Show (NJ), Art of the Pot (TX), Worcester Center for Crafts, Smithsonian Craft Show (DC), author of Mastering Kilns and Firing: Raku, Pit and Barrel, Wood Firing, and More (Quarry Books).

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Lindsay Oesterritter, Juicers, iron-rich stoneware, 5 x 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches
Lindsay Oesterritter, Juicers, iron-rich stoneware, 5 x 4-1/2 x 4-1/2 inches