This is a 5-day workshop. Classes run 9-4pm with lunch included.
Challenge your understanding of the limits of the clay medium; open up new avenues of expression by learning the secrets of Arlynn’s seemingly impossible forms. Find inspiration to develop your own composite construction techniques with Arlynn’s guidance for altering and assembling thrown forms.
Learn the art of indenting and stretching to add interest and fluidity to your forms.
We’ll be making 2-part vases and 2-part bowls.
There will be a PowerPoint Presentation on why we need Sectional Throwing.
This price includes daily lunch, material fees, applicable taxes and is listed in Canadian Dollars
Arlynn Nobel is a committed vessel maker who enjoys challenging the limitations of the clay medium, developing techniques that enable new avenues of expression. Born and raised in Detroit, Arlynn is a long-time resident of Canada, receiving her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design.
In 2007, Arlynn was selected to represent Canada as an artist in residence at the Goshogawara International Wood firing Festival in Aomori, Japan, with work in the permanent collection of the Tsugaru Kanayama Gallery.Click here to read more about ARLYNN NOBEL
This price includes daily lunch, material fees, applicable taxes and is listed in Canadian Dollars.
Course Registration will open for Friends of MISSA on February 7th at 12:00pm (PST), and Registration will open for all on February 14th at 12:00pm (PST)