Friday, October 26, 2012
A little embarrassed at my prolonged blog/website absence, especially given this is the post that I come back with, but here goes.
Next weekend, November 3 and 4, at Sertoma Arts Center in Raleigh, NC, I am commandeering a demonstration workshop on my approaches to the ceramic surface. I'll be throwing some forms, altering them, assembling them, and tackling that ceramic surface from the get go, while it is still yet wet clay and not quite baked into hardened durability. I'll be showing some slipping, some sigging, and some glaze/wax patterning. So, if you want 2 days of surface attacks and augmentation, come on over to NC's capital city and hang out a few hours at Sertoma with some potters and the like.
Here is more important info:
Upcoming Workshop: "Scratching the Surface: Approaches to the Ceramic Surface"
SERTOMA ARTS CENTER
Pottery Workshop with Ronan Peterson #128825, Saturday/Sunday, Nov. 3-4, 10am-4:30pm
Age: 16 yrs and up / Course Fee: $180
This workshop will focus on enlivening the surface of your ceramic vessels through slipping, sgraffito, champlevé, inlay, slip trailing, terra sigillatas, resist patterning, glaze layering and utilizing atmospheric effects in electric kilns.
For more info on Sertoma Arts Center workshops: 919-420-2329