We still have a couple of spots in the Saturday workshop at Claymakers. There are 13enrolled but I think that they can take 18?
It will be an action packed demo including: throwing and some handbuilding. I will demo loose and tight tea bowls, granite intruded tea bowls, closed cylinders and its applications, like closed salt shakers, cadagons, handles, salt pigs, lidded jars, etc. An upside down plate, faceting and wire cutting. I will also throw various bowls as well as ewers and miscellaneous other wacky things.
If you need some inspiration and motivation before the long winter, this is the workshop for you.
I am certain that it will be worth the ridiculous price of $75.00 (you can't get any cheaper!) So tell a friend and come on down to Raleigh.
705 Foster Street Durham, NC 27701
(919) 530-8355 :: email@example.com
Saturday, October 1, 2011
10:00 - 5:00
In this workshop, John Britt will present how he throws, alters, and assembles porcelain and stoneware into a variety of shapes--everything from jars to vases. He will discuss and demonstrate how he approaches the wheel as a forming tool. His demonstration will include closed forms and applications as well as a multitude of variations from tight forms to loose tea bowls. It will be an action-packed day designed for beginning to intermediate potters.