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Zoom Workshops – Ceramics

CERAMIC ZOOM WORKSHOPS

From Molds to Mugs

Mark Arnold
July 17th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60 
All Levels

In this workshop, Mark will demonstrate how he creates molds to be used in combination with wheel thrown and handbuilt forms made out of clay. By using press molds made of plaster, the wheel will then be used as a tool to assemble the pieces. We will explore cups/mugs and discuss how to use carving, inlay and terra sigillata as surface decoration to make each piece unique to the maker.

Details:

Mark Arnold is a studio potter living and working in Elizabeth City, NC.  Mark was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and began taking ceramic classes at a community college, shortly after he transferred to Edinboro University where he received his B.F.A in ceramics.  In the spring of 2017 Mark received his M.F.A. from Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville. Mark’s work is represented by multiple galleries around the country and was recently named one of Ceramics Monthly’s 2018 Emerging Artists.

www.markarnoldceramics.com

Instagram: @markarnold_ceramics

Carving and Altering Images

Kyle Guymon
July 18th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60 
All Levels

I will demonstrate how I set up and prepare a vessel for carving.  I will demonstrate how to double rib a form to compress the clay walls, remove any throw rings, extra slip or moisture , to leave a smooth surface on the inside as well as the out.  By doing this it allows the clay walls to dry more evenly, giving you the ability to manipulate the clay walls without cracking.  By removing the throw rings from the inside it allows you to push the image out from the inside without distorting the image.  I will then demonstrate how to draw, transfer and push an image (elephant) out of the vessel so it looks 3D as if the image is coming out of the vessel without adding any clay or weight to the form.  I will then demonstrate how to manipulate the image by pushing in and out, relief carving and cleaning up the carved image.  The main focus of this workshop is for students to understand clay moisture, image transfer, clay manipulation and relief carving an image without adding clay to the form.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Material list will be emailed closer to class date.
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Kyle Guymon, artist, potter from Bountiful Utah, other teaching: Clay Arts Utah, Adjusting Sails, Red Kiln, workshop at Westminster College collections: private collectors

http://Kyleguymonpottery.com

@kyleguymonpottery

No Plaster, No Problem: Bisque Molds

Laura Casas
July 25th, 1-3PM ET

Tuition $60
All Levels

This is a handbuilding workshop where you will learn how to plan, create and use bisque molds using household items. No wheel or plaster needed! I will also demonstrate the connection between slabs, coils, and bisque molds in my own work.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Laura Caroline Casas grew up in Columbia, NC and is a potter and illustrator currently based in Raleigh, NC. Laura attended Western Carolina University where she earned her Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art (2018).

https://www.lauracarocasas.com/

@casas.studios

Loaded & Layered Surface Techniques 

Taylor Sijan
August 7th, 1-3PM ET

Tuition $60
All Levels

In this workshop, Taylor will demonstrate how she decorates a thrown and altered porcelain pitcher. Exploration of multiple techniques will be covered including: stamping, slip trailing, carving, and layering underglaze painting using paper resists on leather hard greenware.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Taylor grew up between the shores of Lake Erie and the woods of northern Ohio. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 3-Dimensional Arts (ceramics and metalsmithing emphasis) at Bowling Green State University in 2016. After, she spent two years in Wichita, Kansas as a post-baccalaureate student at Wichita State University, studying wood and soda-fired pottery.

Taylor received a Master of Fine Arts in Ceramics degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2021. She has been recognized in juried exhibitions internationally and has received several notable awards including the International 2016 NICHE Award for Student Ceramic Sculpture, an NCECA Invitation to attend the 2019 Taoxichuan Fall Art Fair in Jingdezhen, China, and was named one of the Ceramics Monthly 2020 Emerging Artists. Despite her emphasis on functional, decorated pottery, she also enjoys small-scale metalsmithing, bookbinding, and drawing as other creative outlets. 

http://www.taylorsijan.com/

@taylorsijan

Making Colored Terra Sigillatas

Rhonda Willers
September 18th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

Have you always wondered if there was more to terra sigillatas? As in more colors? In this workshop we will create line blends of colored terra sigillatas using two base terra sigillatas and one colorant. This will create a monochromatic scale of colors to choose from for your future work! Terra sigillatas can be used in all temperature ranges and all firing methods.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Rhonda Willers is a visual artist, writer, researcher, and author of the book, Terra Sigillata: Contemporary Techniques. Focusing on fragility, space, and subtle strength, she works with repetitive forms and markings to elicit thoughts of memories, spiritual spaces, and rituals. Her diverse art practice includes ceramics, mixed media, drawing, painting, and time-based social practice installations and experiences. Rhonda actively engages in the ceramics community through her service as a volunteer working board member for NCECA. 

http://www.rhondawillers.com

Instagram: @r_willers

Everybody Must Get Stonewared

Doug Peltzman
September 18th, 2021
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $60 
All Levels

“Expand your pottery vocabulary with a focus on designing and making various types of pots for daily use. Explore the relationship between form and surface decoration through practice and discussion. We’ll touch on the meanings behind the pots we make and how they blend the lines between art and life.”

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Doug Peltzman was born in NYC and raised on Long Island. He has been making pots since 2003. Since graduating with his MFA from Penn State in 2010, he established a pottery studio with his wife, Pam, in Shokan, NY. He is a father to three young children, a dedicated husband, and a full time studio potter. He has had the honor of being both a juror and curator of national exhibitions and has extensively taught workshops at many art centers and universities throughout the United States. Doug is a founding member of Objective Clay and creator/organizer of the Hudson Valley Pottery Tour. His work has been featured in many national publications and can be found in homes and kitchens across the country. 

http://dougpeltzman.com

Instagram:@dougpeltzman

 

http://Kyleguymonpottery.com

@kyleguymonpottery

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Monoprinting on Clay: Slip Transfer

Lakyn Bowman
September 19th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60  All Levels

In this workshop, you will learn how to use a monoprinting technique, transferring hand drawn images onto leather hard clay using underglazes and colored slip. I will be demonstrating my particular methods to achieve timeless, aged, and weathered surfaces on a red clay base while discussing form inspirations and how those form choices influence surfaces. You will leave the workshop with tips on how composition and spacing play an important part in the end result of this diverse technique. The possibilities for images are endless! This class is intended for all levels.

Details:

Lakyn Bowman is a full time studio artist working as an intern at Companion Gallery in Humboldt, TN. She received her BFA in ceramics with a minor in Art History from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Lakyn owns an online vintage home decor shop that feeds the inspiration for her work, pulling patterns and colors from the 1970’s and earlier.

Photographing your Artwork 101

Michael F O’Neill
September 19th, 2021
4:00 – 6:30PM ET 

Tuition: $155

In today’s world, having great photographs of your artwork is critical if you want to reach a larger audience. This class will cover all the basics for photographing your work, from lighting and backgrounds to cameras and post production. Will will be creating examples using cell phone cameras as well as DSLR and Mirrorless cameras, and compare the results. This class will include demonstrations on photographing 3D work such as Jewelry, Ceramics and Wood. 

No experience is required, students will need to have artwork to photograph and access to a camera, links will be provided and we will discuss software options including Adobe Lightroom.

Details:

Michael O’Neill is an educator and fine art photographer in Charlotte, NC and earned his MFA from New Mexico State University in 2007. His work has been exhibited at Notre Dame University, The Palace of the Governor’s in Santa Fe, NM, and in juried and group shows internationally. His work is in numerous private and public collections, including Bechtler Museum of Fine Art and the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  He specializes in Infrared, Large Format and Pinhole photography and has been creating commercial photographs, specializing in architecture and art documentation for over 20 years.

http://michaeloneillphoto.com

@professoroneill

@mfophoto

 

Tackling Templates

Chandra DeBuse
September 26th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

One of the most enjoyable parts of studio pottery is designing new forms. Knowing how to design and use pottery templates can help turn ideas into finished pieces.
In this workshop, Chandra will design handbuilding templates for cups, handles, vases, jars, and plates using a range of low tech and high tech options. We will explore creating shapes with good old scissors and paper and also digital tools like the Procreate app on the IPad. After forming pieces from soft clay slabs, we will embellish with texture and will decorate the surfaces using underglaze techniques.
Chandra will be working with midrange porcelain but the techniques she covers will be applicable to a range of clay bodies and firing temperatures.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Studio potter Kansas City, MO; Workshop instructor Arrowmont (TN), Haystack (ME), Santa Fe Clay (NM), Touchstone (PA), Northern Clay Center (MN), Mudflat (MA), Watershed (ME), Baltimore Clayworks (MD)

 

 

Instagram: @chandradebuse

https://chandradebuse.com/home.html

Makin’ Bacon…Cups!

James Webb
October 2nd, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

Do you like Bacon? …Or how about bacon imagery? This workshop will introduce folks on how to create clay slab surfaces with visual depth on them by using glaze and mason stains, as well as, how to assemble a wet slab onto a thrown base. Learn to compile several layers of colored slip, carve into layers with trimming tools, and finally to use the trimmings to arrange, attach, and stretch onto slabbed porcelain to create deliciously exciting imagery! This workshop will utilize high fire materials in a gas kiln, but these techniques are also just as applicable to lower temperatures.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

James Webb was born in Kentucky; the land of horses and bourbon, in a quaint farming-community town where he learned to help raise hay and work on various local farms. James grew up heavily artistically involved with drawing, painting, and martial arts, until taking a ceramics class for non-majors at Eastern Kentucky University as an undergrad. Having loved to work with his hands, clay more than filled that hands-on need to learn something new and experience touching clay within an array of new techniques. After becoming immersed in wanting to work with clay seriously, he acquired a BFA in ceramics from Eastern Kentucky University in 2012. Having finished an undergraduate degree, he then served as studio technician for his graduating university for two years, continuing to make work and learning technical aspects of clay studio practice.

 After applying to graduate school and accepting an offer from Southern Illinois University, James left his old Kentucky home and moved to Carbondale to achieve an MFA in ceramics in 2017. Upon having developed a voice in clay in graduate school, he began developing strong ideals in his work. Some of the aspects he deals with in his work are Lexical-gustatory synesthesia, semiology, perception of authenticity in materiality and Roman marble sculpture. In addition to working towards his degree at SIU, he also served as shop technician for one year, instructor of record in teaching ceramics for two years and Craft shop graduate assistant for three years before completing his residence as an artist at New Harmony Clay Project in New Harmony, Indiana.

James then traveled to Massachusetts, The Bay State, for the next chapter in his life to become artist in residence at Mudflat Pottery Studios in Boston. During his time there he also taught ceramics in beginning and advanced wheel throwing, juried four shows, served as part of the tech team and became an integral part of the Mudflat community. Continuing to make objects from clay, he then traveled to the Gateway to Freedom state, New York, to continue clay practice as Clay Art Center’s Rittenberg Resident Artist in Port Chester NY.

 After having lived up north for two years without having his southern accent compromised, James’ newest chapter brought him down south to Columbia, North Carolina to Pocosin Center for Fine Craft, where he currently serves as resident artist. His favorite food is salt and his favorite color is Realtree Camouflage.

Instagram: @wranglermanceramics

Color/Pattern/Surface

Mike Cinelli
October 3rd, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

In this workshop we will discuss methods and strategies for decorating the surface of a pot including proportion, line, color and pattern. Materials, tools and techniques including underglaze transfers, terra sigilata, underglaze and glazing will be covered on bother greenware and bisqueware.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

studio artist; other teaching: Clay by the Bay (CA). Collin College, (TX). Hinds Community College (MS). Skopelos Arts Foundations for the Arts (Greece). Companion Gallery (TN), AMACO Demonstrations (various), Watershed (ME). collections: Skopelos Foundations for the Arts (Greece)

 

Instagram: @mike_cinelli

Application & Enhancing the Surfaces of Terra Sigillatas

Rhona Willers
October 9th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

In this workshop we will cover application techniques for terra sigillatas and the use of washes and patinas to enhance the terra sigillata surface. We will focus on decorative applications and approaches and discuss the ways in which you can enhance textural surfaces of your forms.

 

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Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Rhonda Willers is a visual artist, writer, researcher, and author of the book, Terra Sigillata: Contemporary Techniques. Focusing on fragility, space, and subtle strength, she works with repetitive forms and markings to elicit thoughts of memories, spiritual spaces, and rituals. Her diverse art practice includes ceramics, mixed media, drawing, painting, and time-based social practice installations and experiences. Rhonda actively engages in the ceramics community through her service as a volunteer working board member for NCECA. 

http://www.rhondawillers.com

Instagram: @r_willers

Building Dynamic Slab Forms

Hannah Pierce
October 10th, 2021
4:00 – 6:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60 
All Levels

This workshop will demonstrate innovative, “out-of-box” approaches to building lightweight forms out of slabs. Students will learn how to build height quickly and properly support challenging, warping forms. Hannah will demonstrate how she gracefully connects sections and manipulates flat pieces of clay to into curving architectural and figurative elements. She will also show how her illustrations help her develop interesting pieces.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Hannah Pierce is a ceramic sculptor and mixed media artist residing in North County San Diego, CA. She received her MFA in Ceramics from Edinboro University of PA and her BA in Studio Art at Humboldt State University of CA. Before graduate school, Hannah worked as an educator for people with developmental disabilities at Canvas + Clay Studio located in Eureka, California. Influenced by this experience, she has taught many ceramic classes and workshops at art centers and colleges across the country with a focus on accessibility and inclusion. Hannah has exhibited her work in numerous internationally recognized exhibitions and art fairs, such as Aqua Arts Miami and Superfine! Arts Fair DC. She was a resident artist at Watershed Center for the Center for Ceramic arts as a Kiln God Award Recipient (2017) and a resident artist at Baltimore Clayworks as the Abilities Fellowship Artist (2018-2019). Works from her solo show at Baltimore Clayworks were published in the summer issue of Ceramics Monthly and also promoted by Bmore Art Magazine. She is currently working towards a solo show at the Canton Art Museum in Ohio.

http://hannahmpierce.com

Bowls and Surface

Sam Momeyer
October 17th, 2021
4:00 – 6:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60 
All Levels

In this workshop, students will learn how to make a bowl from start to finish, focusing on both form and surface at the same time. Using a drape mold combined with coiled and pinched elements, I’ll demonstrate how to make a shallow bowl and how to use inclusions and layers of washes to create surface depth without glaze. Form and surface are intertwined from the beginning as we go over how to stain the clay body itself, form the bowl, add the inclusions while the piece is still wet, and how to think about textures to catch washes to create more contrast later on. We’ll go over my mid-range electric firing process in detail all the way to sanding and how to pay attention to the little details along the way that can make all the difference in a finished pot.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Samantha Momeyer was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She obtained a BFA with a concentration in ceramics from California University of Pennsylvania in 2013. After graduating, she worked as a summer studio technician at Touchstone Center for Crafts in Farmington, PA. There she became enamored with the process of woodfiring and living in the woods. She spent the off seasons working as an apprentice at Ton Pottery in Pittsburgh. In 2015 Samantha was awarded the Pozefsky Fellowship at Baltimore Clayworks. After a year in Baltimore she longed to leave the hustle of the east coast for adventure. She was accepted as a post baccalaureate student at the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2016 and made the long drive from Baltimore to Anchorage with her partner, Shelsea Dodd. The rugged landscape and colors of Alaska have made a great impact on her work and life. After two years of studying in Alaska, she moved to Helena, Montana to work as Tara Wilson’s studio assistant before becoming a long term resident at Studio 740, where she now maintains a full-time studio practice

https://samanthamomeyer.com/

Instagram: @momeyerpottery

Animal Portraiture: Sculpting Solid on an Armature

Shelsea Dodd
October 24th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60
All Levels

In this workshop, participants will discover the challenges and advantages of building solid on an armature, a versatile technique ideal for sculpting animals, human figures, and other complex forms. Using the animal portrait as our focus, we will delve into how to plan and build a pipe armature and mass in a sculpture while paying attention to gesture and proportion. We will then discuss how to cut apart the piece, hollow it out, put it back together, and add finishing details such as fur texture, facial features, and decorative ornamentation. We will cover sculpting accurate facial anatomy and explore how to use facial features to create compelling and expressive animals. We will also touch on clay, tools, and firing techniques.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Shelsea received her BFA in Ceramics from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD, in 2013. She worked as a post baccalaureate student at the University of Alaska Anchorage in Anchorage, AK from 2016-2018. She has been a resident artist at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill in Truro, MA, and has also spent time working at Baltimore Clayworks in Baltimore, MD, Red Dirt Studios in Washington, D.C., and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI.
Shelsea’s work primarily investigates feminist and LGBTQ/queer issues , as well as human/animal relationships and the parallels she perceives between the two. Her work has been shown nationally and she has experience working with many different artists in a variety of places across the US. She is currently a long term resident artist at Studio 740 in Helena, MT, where she lives with her partner, woodfire potter Samantha Momeyer, their studio pup, and their two cats.

 

shelseadodd.com

Instagram: @shelseadodd

What a Gem: Glazing and finishing techniques

Samantha Oliver
October 24th, 2021
4:00 – 6:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60
All Levels

In this workshop I will be demonstrating how I use multiple decoration techniques and minimal glazing to achieve interesting surfaces with gem like accents. Low firing a high fire glaze; different colored stains, inlay at the bisque stage, borax washes, and luster applications will also be covered.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

studio artist; Bachelors in Fine Art w/ concentration in Ceramics from Winthrop University (SC) other teaching: The Bascom, A Center for the Visual Arts (NC), Tryon Arts and Crafts School (NC), Midlands Clay Arts Society (SC), Brockway Center for Arts and Technology (PA) residencies: Penland School of Crafts Winter Residency (NC), Arrowmont School of Crafts (TN), The Bascom, A Center for the Visual Arts (NC), Brockway Center for Arts and Technology (PA), William & Mary Special Studies in Ceramic (VA)

www.samanthaoliver.com

Instagram: @samanthaolivr

Bright and Bold Low-fire Ceramic Surfaces

Travis Winters
November 13th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

Ever wonder how to obtain a bright and bold surface on your low-fire pottery or ceramic sculpture? In this workshop students will learn how to build dynamic low-fire ceramic surfaces using a variety of techniques and materials. We will explore the endless possibilities of applying Terra Sigilatta, underglaze, glaze and mason stains to add dimension to low-fire work with minimal kiln firings. At the end of this class students will have gained a new perspective and understanding of creating rich low-fire ceramic surfaces.

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

studio artist; Programs Manager at Touchstone Center for Crafts; Artist Residencies at Baltimore Clayworks (MD), Red Lodge Clay Center (MT), Odyssey Clayworks (NC), Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts (ME) Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (TN); Other teaching: Reitz Ranch (AZ), Touchstone Center for Crafts (PA), Baltimore Clayworks (MD), Baldwin Wallace University (OH), Buffalo State College (NY), Corning Community College (NY), Hood College (MD), Pittsburgh Center for the Arts (PA), John’s Creek Art Center (GA), College of Southern Maryland (MD))

www.travis-winters.com

Instagram: @traviswintersceramics

The Painted Pot: Line, Color, Imagery

Bede Clarke
November 13th, 2021
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $60
All Levels

This course will focus on building a personal approach to working with imagery (representational and abstract) on clay pots.   We will cover earthenware clays, slips and glazes, the use of colored slips/engobes for painting on pots, and approaches to imagery.

Technically this workshop is based on simple and direct methods: a red earthenware clay, a white slip, homemade colored underglazes and a clear glaze.  Within these simple materials and processes we will look to discover the potential of a curious and sensitive dialogue between the potter, the pot, line, color and imagery.

Details:

  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Bede Clarke has been a Professor of Art at the University of Missouri since 1992.  He received his Master of Fine Arts from The University of Iowa (1990) and a BFA from Eckerd College (1982).  Bede’s work is found in collections in the U.S. and abroad, such as: Taipei County Yingke Ceramics Museum, Taiwan,  Ichon World Ceramic Center, South Korea, South Bend Museum of Art, Martin Museum of Art, Baylor University and Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University.

 

Recent exhibitions include: Ulrich Museum, Wichita, KS, Belger Crane Yard Studios, Kansas City, Mo, University of St. Francis, Ft. Wayne, IN, Schaller Gallery, St. Joseph, MI, Museum of Contemporary Art, Jacksonville, FL, Snite Museum of Art, Notre Dame University

bedeclarke.com

Instagram: @bedeclarke

 

Creating Rich Low Fire Ceramic Surfaces

Shelsea Dodd
December 12th, 2021
1:00 – 3:00PM ET 

Tuition: $60
All Levels

In this workshop, participants will explore the potential of low-fire ceramic surfaces. Using various materials, such as terra sigillata, slip, underglaze, oxides, stains, and glaze, we will discuss how to build up depth and variation in our surfaces through multiple electric kiln firings. We will also touch on some post-firing, cold surface techniques, such as paint, wax, oils, and

Details:

  • participants must have the ZOOM video platform downloaded on a computer or phone to participate
  • Click Here for Suggested Material List
  • students will receive access to the recorded demonstrations for up to 30 days.

Shelsea received her BFA in Ceramics from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD, in 2013. She worked as a post baccalaureate student at the University of Alaska Anchorage in Anchorage, AK from 2016-2018. She has been a resident artist at Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill in Truro, MA, and has also spent time working at Baltimore Clayworks in Baltimore, MD, Red Dirt Studios in Washington, D.C., and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Sheboygan, WI.
Shelsea’s work primarily investigates feminist and LGBTQ/queer issues , as well as human/animal relationships and the parallels she perceives between the two. Her work has been shown nationally and she has experience working with many different artists in a variety of places across the US. She is currently a long term resident artist at Studio 740 in Helena, MT, where she lives with her partner, woodfire potter Samantha Momeyer, their studio pup, and their two cats.

 

shelseadodd.com

Instagram: @shelseadodd

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