CLAY FALL CONCENTRATION
October 2 – November 11, 2022
Finding Form and Surface
This workshop will focus on developing form and surface in pots, using history, environment, and personal experiences to help students develop their voice in clay. We’ll focus on the techniques I use for creating elaborately patterned vessels–including wheelthrowing, handbuilding, and color-slip inlay. Working mostly with mid-range stoneware fired in electric kilns, students will push the boundaries of ceramic materials by experimenting with multi-layered surface treatments using carving, colored slips, underglazes, and glazes. Projects, exercises, and conversations will stimulate exploration and growth. All levels. Upper clay studio.
Studio artist; teaching: Indiana University, University of New Mexico, Penland, Pocosin Arts (NC), Arrowmont (TN), Santa Fe Clay (NM); collections: Boise Art Museum (ID), San Angelo Museum (TX); residencies: Pocosin Arts; Penland Resident Artist Program.