Students in this workshop will construct pots from thrown parts using red earthenware clay and decorate with colored clay slips on leather hard clay. Victoria will demonstrate a variety of application techniques for surface decoration: flat areas of color to loose needle carved drawing to delicate brushwork. Students with an interest in exploring form construction and decoration techniques will enhance their sense of the relationship between form and surface in functional pottery. Open to all skill levels. Please note: work in the class will not be fired.
Course cost: $285 Supply fee: $20 STUDENT SUPPLY LIST
Tuition includes lunch and daily snacks. All prices are listed in Canadian Dollars and are inclusive of all applicable taxes.
VICTORIA CHRISTEN, MFA, lives in Portland, Oregon, where she is a full-time studio potter. She has been a resident artist at Guldagaard, the International Ceramics Research Center in Denmark and the Archie Bray Foundation, in Montana. She has given many workshops across the United States. Victoria has been the recipient of an NEA Regional Visual Arts Fellowship Award, two Minnesota Arts Board Grants, and a travel grant to Japan.
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