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Online Workshops – Ceramics

CERAMIC ONLINE WORKSHOPS

Using Ceramic Decals

Justin Rothshank
May 13th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

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In this class students will learn about using and applying a variety of ceramic decals. We’ll go over decal types, how to apply glaze ware and greenware, firing temperatures, and how to layer different decals.

*Previous clay experience will be helpful for this workshop.

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.

Justin Rothshank has been working as a studio ceramic artist in Goshen, Indiana since 2009. In 2001 he co-founded the Union Project, a nonprofit organization located in Pittsburgh, PA.

Justin’s ceramic work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally, including articles in Ceramics Monthly, American Craft, Studio Potter, The Log Book, and Neue Keramik. He has been a presenter, panelist, visiting artist, and artist-in-residence at numerous universities, schools, conferences, and art centers throughout the United States and abroad. His functional and decorative ceramic ware is available for purchase in more than two dozen galleries and gift shops around the country.

Justin was presented with a 2017 Individual Advancement Grant from the Indiana State Arts Council, and Award of Excellence by the American Craft Council in February 2009. In 2007 he was recognized by Ceramics Monthly Magazine as an Emerging Artist. He has also been awarded an Alcoa Foundation Leadership Grant for Arts Managers, a 2007 Work of Art Award from Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, the 2005 Decade of Servant Leadership Award from Goshen College, and was named to Pittsburgh Magazine’s 40 under 40 in 2005.

Rothshank.com

@jrothshank

Plaster Mold Making 101

Jacqueline Tse
May 21st, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

Students will learn the basics of plaster mold making, using press molds and slip casting. I will demonstrate how to make plaster molds for skull shaped studs and pie tart shells. At the end of the class the students will have gained knowledge in utilizing molds in a range of applications to expand their ceramic practice by integrating molded elements into their projects.

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.

Jacqueline Tse is an artist based in Tucson, Arizona. She received her BFA from NYU in Studio Arts in 2006. Right out of college she pursued a career in jewelry design, after a decade designing for a variety of fashion brands, she returned to her passion of sculpting as a form of self therapy in 2015. Her work has been included in various publications on contemporary ceramic art. She was awarded the Multicultural Fellowship in 2020 from NCECA, and her work was selected for the 61st Faenza Biennale at the International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza, Italy. 

jactse.studio

@mad_brooklyn

A Practical Guide to Building Big

Andrea Connell
May 22nd, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET 

Tuition: $75

This class will serve as a practical guide for building at a larger scale, using hollow building techniques. I will cover the importance of a good sculpture clay body, things to consider when beginning a form, and how to continue building up and out in a variety of ways. We will also discuss tips and tricks for firing complex forms. I will demonstrate my building methods through various stages of a sculpture from beginning to end.

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.

Andréa Keys Connell is an Associate Professor of Ceramics at Appalachian State University. Her work has been featured in a number of national and international publications and exhibitions, including 17 solo exhibitions in various galleries and museums, including The Florida Holocaust Museum and The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft. Andréa also works on large-scale public art commissions such as the See Also endowment commission with the Cleveland Public Library. 

 

Andréa has taught workshops on figure sculpting at various craft schools across the country including Haystack, Arrowmont, and The MET, NYC.

Andreakeys.com

@akconnell

Diving Deep into the Depths of Surface Design

Erin Furimsky
May 27th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

Take a deeper dive into how to create patterns, images, line work, and textured surfaces on leather hard clay. Working on small slabs or little plates, techniques will include carving, stamping, craft foam textures, paper stencils, rice paper transfers, and underglaze inlay through wax resist. As a group we will look at and discuss a few finished sculptures near the end of the workshop. The information covered can be applied to both low fire and high fire work, and be useful to both functional and sculptural artists. You will leave the workshop with some new ideas and approaches to surface design, and the confidence to use these skills in your own studio. This workshop is a nice addition to Erin’s February workshop, however new participants are welcome and encouraged.

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.

Erin Furimsky is a studio artist and professor in Bloomington, Illinois. Her work has been shown at galleries and museums, including The Eutectic Gallery, The Canton Art Museum and the Yingge Ceramics Museum in Taiwan. She has been a resident artist at venues including The Archie Bray Foundation and The Red Lodge Clay Center. You can see Erin in a variety of streaming videos on ClayFlix. Critical reviews of Furimskys’ work have appeared on several occasions in the journals Ceramics Monthly and Ceramics Art and Perception. Furimsky was nominated and chosen as an emerging artist by the National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts.

erinfurimsky.com

@erinfurimsky

Attached:  Layering Ceramics with Mixed Materials

April Felipe
May 28th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

During this 2 hour class April  will be explaining her process of bringing ceramic material in a cohesive manner with desperate materials such as fabrics, papers and other objects. She will explain the non-ceramic materials that are used to  bridge the  connection between ceramic and  non-ceramic objects.

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.

April Felipe received her B.F.A from The New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and her M.F.A from Ohio University. April lives in Albany, Ohio working from home studio. She is an organizer For The Color Network.org, and teaches at Arts West.

www.aprildfelipe.com

@aprildfelipe

Lets Throw: Big Planters

Sage Morgan
May 29th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET 

Tuition: $75

Throwing big pots in one piece can be incredibly intimidating, with patience and a good pace you can do it! In this class you’ll learn techniques to keep large forms from flopping to getting that last bit of clay out of the bottom of your cylinder. We’ll be focusing on planters, similar to a bowl, it’s an easy form to work with at a larger scale you get to put a plant in it when you’re done!

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.

Sage Morgan is a potter living in the Appalachian mountains making work inspired by the hikes she takes through beautiful forests to bay knobs. Mushrooms and slugs are the main motif you’ll see in her work; they are her favorite things to find while adventuring.

@grumpydwarfpottery

Woven Coil Structures in Functional Work

Sarah German
June 4th, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

In this workshop Sarah will demonstrate her technique of building woven coil structures that accent her functional pieces. Learn how Sarah lays out her architecturally inspired patterns, builds them through weaving colored coils of clay, and combines them with solid forms to create delicate but strong pieces. Various techniques will be discussed during the course of the workshop, including rolling consistent coils, weaving and attaching coils to avoid cracking, weaving flat versus weaving on a mold, and working with multiple colors of clay in one piece.

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.

Sarah German received a Studio Art degree from the University of Northern Iowa. Along with maintaining a studio practice, Sarah has spent fifteen years in arts administration and education. For the last eight years she worked as the Education & Outreach Coordinator with the Dougherty Arts Center in Austin, TX, providing arts outreach to the community and working to develop an Artists Professional Development program. She recently moved to a full-time studio practice, and spent the summer at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and as a winter resident at Penland School of Craft.

Sarahgermanceramics.com

@sarahgermanceramics

Start to Finish: Sgraffito Jars

Sarah Anderson 

PART 1
June 4th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET 
Tuition: $75

PART 2
August 7th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET 
Tuition: $75

In this first class, we will be going over how to throw forms of jars and lidded vessels. We will be only using the wheel, so feel free to follow along or take notes for yourself! We will be going over how to use different tools for measuring, fitting things together perfectly, as well as how to fix our mistakes when they come up. In the second class(August 7th, 12-2pm ET), we will be going over sgraffito, a carving technique for the surface decoration of your jar. We will use underglaze to paint our pieces with color. We will go over how to create different imagery through the process of carving. Using small carving tools, we will mimic relief printmaking and create stories through the surface of the clay.

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.

Hey, I’m Sarah! I graduated from Ball State University in 2019 with a degree in Sculpture. For the last three years, I’ve been teaching and creating pieces as my full time job in Indianapolis, Indiana. My recent work is inspired by gestural characters telling different narratives. Using the technique sgraffito, I carve these creatures into the surface of my pottery.

Sarahandersonceramics.com

@sarahandersonceramics

Using Paper Patterns in Clay

Rhonda Willers
June 5th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

Join Rhonda and learn how she creates her ceramic joined vessel forms! Using hand building techniques, you’ll learn how to make connection pieces using a wooden dowel along with other methods. Let’s talk about inspiration and experimentation, too! Have your own clay and supplies ready and try it with her as she demonstrates her process.

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, American, 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 art practice includes ceramics, mixed media, drawing, painting, and time-based interactive installations and experiences. She has taught workshops for: Taoxichuan Ceramic Art Avenue with Jingdezhen International Studio, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Pocosin Arts School of Fine Crafts, Grand Marais Art Colony and more. Rhonda actively engages in the ceramics community through her service as a volunteer working board member for NCECA. 

Rhondawillers.com

@r_willers

Clay Pots, Color Spots

Mark Errol
June 17th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

Students will discover methods of layering imagery and information to add complexity to their forms. All materials used are easy to find and are methods all ceramic artists have readily available. From newsprint, to slips and underglaze, we will discover fun ways to invigorate our ceramics.

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.

Mark Errol graduated from Georgia State University in 2014 with his MFA where he was the recipient of the Ernest G. Welch Fellowship. Mark accepted the position of Lecturer in 2015 at Valdosta State University in Valdosta GA where he teaches Ceramics, Foundation 3D Design as well as Professional Preparations for budding artists and Senior Presentation. 

 

Mark lives in Tifton, GA where he maintains his studio and is the co-owner of Plough Gallery with Glenn Josey. His work has been featured in shows both nationally and internationally as well as in Studio Potter magazine and other regional and national publications. The work he makes investigates the relationships of architecture, interior design, and personal narratives while utilizing the surfaces of functional forms meant for domestic environments. 

Ploughgallery.com

@marksmud

The Artist Statement: Breaking down barriers to writing about your work
Michal Lando

June 24 & July 1st,  2022
2:00  – 4:00 p.m. ET 

Tuition: $125

Artists often have a conflicted relationship with the written word. We think our art should speak for itself. But, regardless of where you are in your artistic path, every artist needs to write. And writing about our work often makes us better artists. 

Not every artist statement looks the same, and there is no one way to write about your work. Through a series of readings and writing exercises, students will be introduced to a variety of writing styles and ways to approach the artist statement. Students will have the opportunity to write about their own work and then workshop it in the class.

Details:

Michal Lando is a jewelry artist living in Brooklyn, New York, who makes work out of nylon mesh and resin. Her work has been selected for exhibitions across the country including Materials Hard + Soft exhibition at the Denton Arts Center in Denton, TX, Kaleidoscope exhibition at Reinstein/Ross in New York City, and Touchy Feely at the Baltimore Jewelry Center. Her work is included in Artistry in Fiber, Vol. 3 Wearable Art, published by Schiffer Publishing.  Her work can be found at galleries and museum stores across the country.

In my latest work, I use manipulated photographs to explore ways of seeing, and to play on the idea of material. The original material, nylon mesh, a 3-dimensional material which has formed the basis of my work for many years, gets abstracted through the camera lens, and further abstracted through computer manipulations and collage. Michal also has an MFA in writing and spent several years as a journalist prior to becoming an artist.

http://www.michallandodesign.com

http://www.michallandojewelryshop.com

@michallando

Spraying Layered Glazes

Martha Grover
June 25th, 2022
2:00 – 4:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

In this  workshop, Martha will present all of the steps on how she uses a combination of spraying and dipping glazes to achieve her surfaces. This lesson is suitable for potters of all skill levels and is a great introduction to Martha’s style of glazing. Martha will be working with a cone 10 Grolleg porcelain, but her techniques can be used with any clay body and firing temperature.  She will talk about how she layers her glazes and how spraying can augment your ceramic glazed 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.

Martha Grover is a functional potter, living in Bethel Maine, creating thrown and altered porcelain pieces. She attended Bennington College in Vermont, where she received her undergraduate degree in Architecture. Martha received her MFA in ceramics from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally, and can be found at galleries across the country.  For images and more information, visit her website!

Marthagrover.com

@marthahgrover

Building with Structure

Austin Coudriet
June 26th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

In this workshop students will learn how to build sculptures with the correct type and amount of structure. Students will learn what causes cracks and how to fix them at leather hard, bone-dry, bisque, and fully vitrified states. We will discuss internal and external structures, why they are important, and how to utilize them. I will talk about my firing process, how I load, fire, finish, ship and install large 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.

Austin Coudriet was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. In 2019 he earned his BFA with a dual emphasis in sculpture and ceramics from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. There he focused on fabricating large ceramic sculptures and expanding his skills in the wood shop.

Austin is currently an artist in residence at the Clay Studio of Missoula located in Missoula, Montana Here he is able to pursue his passions of teaching, and working as a studio artist. He divides his studio practice between creating large scale sculptures intended for public art installations, and graphic pinch pots.

www.austincoudriet.com

@austincoudriet

Press to Express

Birdie Boone
June 26th, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

In this workshop, we’ll do a quick study of the press molded parts that I use to add feet, spouts, hollow handles and even lids to various pot forms. I’ll also discuss the materials and demonstrate the processes I use to make simple press molds and then we’ll make at least one mold together. Students will generate ideas for press molded parts prior to the workshop. On workshop day I’ll help facilitate the creation of clay prototypes for those ideas and students will make and walk away with new press molds from their prototypes and the information they need to move forward with press molds on their own.

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.

Birdie Boone is a full-time studio artist based in rural southwestern Virginia. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from the College of William and Mary in Virginia (1994) and an MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth (2005). Birdie has taught workshops at craft institutions across the country, including Arrowmont, Haystack, Penland and Pocosin Arts.

Birdiebooneceramics.com

@birdiebooneceramics

Instagram-course for artists
Carina Shoshtary

July 1 & 8,  2022
11:00 am  – 1:00 p.m. ET 

Tuition: $130

In this online workshop for artists, designers, and people working in other creative fields you will learn how to use Instagram optimally to showcase, brand, and market your work, reach new clients, make interesting contacts, and gain more reach and publicity in general. The themes we will cover are bio, profile types, posts/grid, stories, reels, live, hashtags/tags, algorithm, Instagram shopping, reach, and more.

Please make sure to update your Instagram app on your phone so you have the newest version available.

Details:

Carina Shoshtary, a Munich-based artist of German and Iranian ancestry, is known for her other-worldly contemporary jewellery pieces that are made from unconventional materials for unusual areas of the body. Her recent project “The Hunter” extended her practice into the fields of mask making, music, and photography, and initiated collaborations with performing artists. 
Since 2017 Shoshtary curates the highly popular Instagram page @fashion_for_bank_robbers on which she presents the most innovative masks and headpieces created by contemporary artists from all around the globe.

http://carinashoshtary.com/

@carinashoshtary

Extruding Pillow forms

Charan Sachar
July 8th, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

Pushing the limits of the extruder to make pillow forms. These will be altered into different forms like a pillow box, salt pepper shakers. 

*Basic hand-building skills. Open to beginners

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.

Charan Sachar’s pottery reflects his passion for the fiber arts, like knitting, spinning, weaving and he uses it as an inspiration for his clay work. He strives to give life to clay, decorating to represent his love for fiber, keeping functionality and uniqueness in mind.

He uses a combination of techniques such as hand-building, extrusions, slab constructions and alterations to create his forms. Each piece is then further decorated with underglazes and slip to give it the textured feel of fabric.

His goal is to continue to work with this medium to create artwork which combines his passions together.

Creativewithclay.com

@charansachar

Sculpting a Simple Flying Beast

Eva Funderburgh
July 15th, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

Eva will show how to use pinch pots to create sculptural forms, and how to render the creatures smooth and emotive. She’ll be walking students through making a simple flying beast as one pinched form. Special attention will be paid to the process of smoothing the sculpture, along with sculpting details like the mouth, the wings, and the teeth. The workshop should be approachable for both novice and more experienced sculptors. Glazing the final sculpture will be left up to the student.

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.

Eva Funderburgh is a Seattle-based sculptor working in ceramic, bronze, and 

public art. With roots in Kansas, Seattle, and Pittsburgh, she’s been living in Seattle and wood firing there since 2005. 

  Her work focuses on exploring emotions using strange beasts and body language. The sculptures are whimsical and menacing, and range from small simple beasts to large creatures carrying cities on their back. Most of her work is unglazed, leaving the colors to the wood ash and the anagama. 

Evafunderburgh.com

@evafunderburgh

Personal & Intimate with Clay

Ashley Kim

PART 1
July 16th, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET
Tuition: $75

PART 2
August 6th, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET
Tuition: $75

In this two part handbuilding workshop, we will explore construction techniques such as pinching, coiling, darting, and (hollow) slab construction.  Additionally you will learn how to use drape molds and create your own unique, “reinterpreted” objects of use.  We will spend the second part of the workshop exploring various surface embellishing techniques and materials, namely, underglazes and underglaze pencils.  Emphasis will be on marrying form and surface through texture, pattern and color, filled with personal language and meaning and creating works of intrigue and intimate beauty.  

*Part 1 is not a prerequisite for part 2. You may enroll in part 2 without taking part 1.

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.

Ashley Kim has been a clay artist over 20 years and currently teaches at San Diego State University.  Her formal education in ceramics includes a BFA from Utah State University and a MFA from Indiana University Bloomington.  Her functional works are shown in San Diego where resides as well as nationally.  

@ashleykimclayworks

Scrutinizing Surface: Water Etching, Slip Trailing, and Engobe Inlay

Mike Strumbras
July 22nd, 2022
4:00 – 6:00PM ET

Tuition: $75

There are numerous technical challenges involved with using hand processes to create exceptional functional objects in clay — particularly when using porcelain. In this online workshop, Mike will talk about developing depth through the application of numerous layers of surfaces. Students will learn how to slip trail; learn about a few different water etching techniques; and see an inlay technique for linework that is capable of preserving exceptional details in fired clay. Additionally, Mike will talk about his philosophies regarding making, history, and craft.

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.

Stumbras was born in Chicago, Illinois. He studied at St. Olaf College, where he received a BFA in studio art and a BS in biology in 2007. He has completed residencies across the country. Stumbras received an MFA in Ceramics from Louisiana State University in 2017. Formerly a visiting assistant professor at the College of William and Mary and a Lecturer at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Stumbras has exhibited work nationally and internationally. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, Illinois. 

Mikestumbras.com

@mikestumbras

Mishima for illustrative Ceramics

Carole Epp
July 23rd, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET

Tuition: $80

In this workshop Carole will walk participants through the technique of Mishima and watercolor application of underglazes that she uses in the production of her functional ceramics. We’ll go over considerations for narrative works, how to figure out the story you want to tell in your work and how design considerations vary from cup forms, to plates and vases.

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.

Carole Epp is a Canadian ceramic artist living and working in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She received her Masters Degree in Ceramics from the Australian National University in 2005 and has maintained a full-time studio practice since.

Her studio practice centers dialogues about current political and social concerns through the lens of dismantling privileged social structures, art as activism, and the complexity of the human condition as narratives displayed on functional ceramics. Through illustration that captures the innocence of youth, nostalgia and the potential of hope, she addresses difficult topics through common everyday objects. 

Caroleepp.com

@musingaboutmud

Can You Handle It

Adrienne Eliades
September 16th, 2022
12:00 – 2:00PM ET 

Tuition: $75

This workshop will improve students’ aesthetic sensibility to design and make ceramic mugs. A mug is an intimate object that can be for daily use or special rituals. We will consider balancing form and function to  create your own dynamic mug design considering unity, balance and proportions ideal for beverage containment. Learn techniques to  undertake the challenge of designing and forming handles that exist in perfect harmony with the body of the cup with intention and poise.

This course is open to all skill levels. Hand-builders and wheel  throwers are welcome.  Previous experience in clay will be helpful but is not necessary.

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.

Adrienne Eliades is a studio potter and educator living in Vancouver, Washington. She earned a B.A. in Studio Art from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2008 and an MFA from University of Florida in 2016. Adrienne has been artist-in-residence at Ash Street Project in Portland, Oregon, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark and the Bright Angle in Asheville, North Carolina. Her works and writing are featured in numerous publications including UPPERCASE Magazine, Craft in America, Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated. Ceramics Monthly named her an Emerging Artist in 2018. In addition to maintaining a vibrant studio practice, Adrienne is the HOT CLAY Program Coordinator for Idyllwild Arts Summer Program in Idyllwild, California and has presented over 20 workshops nationwide.

Adrienneeliades.com

@bugaboo_eyes

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Add a Pocosin Arts Apron to Your Purchase!

Gear Up! Get a gorgeous new kelly green Pocosin Arts Apron with an adjustable strap and a large front pocket. Purchase includes shipping!

Cost: $12