Workshops for 2015 are coming up quick. Seems early to think of next year, but we should always plan for play! Below is what I currently have booked to teach this year.
First up very soon is a three-day hands-on at the Clay Art Center in Port Chester, NY on January 17th – 19th with details here.
Also early in the year, on February 21st and 22nd, is a two-day demo workshop at Jeffcoat Pottery Studio in Calabash, NC, which is between Wilmington, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC near the coast. Click here for all the juicy details.
In June, I’ll be back in New York for a two-day hands-on workshop at the View Art Center in Old Forge, NY on June 27th and 28th.
Lastly is my third five-day hands-on back at the Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts in Gatlinburg, TN for July 19th – 24th. You can register here, where you can check out my new spin on what I’m offering, also below:
Altered, Ornamented, & Drawn: No Fear! Our workshop will focus on conquering anxiety and embracing play in our sketchbooks and on our pots. We will be altering wheel-thrown or hand-built forms, and then embellishing them with an array of decoration techniques, from stamping and slip-trailing to sponging and resists. In between, we will investigate ways of drawing and collaging in our sketchbooks that are both fun and help fine tune influences and ideas. Demonstrations include throwing, altering and building off the wheel, darting, and a variety of deco techniques including stamp-making. You will leave the workshop with a collection of new skills, a better understanding of timing in clay, and confidence!
All my workshops and most techniques are equally suitable for both throwers and hand-builders with basic skills required.
If I’m not coming where you’d like me to be, please do pass along the Workshops page of my website to your favorite venue as that’s frequently how they come about. As always on that page, you can see the full list of where I’ve taught in the past, more info on what’s offered, as well as new venues as they’re booked. Hope to see you!
PS: If you just can’t make a workshop, I do have a DVD on Surface deco available right here.