Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Glazing Techniques February 20 -24, 2012

Hey all you Potters/Glazers,

I have a Glazing Techniques class coming up with a couple of spots open.

It is a perfect class for Beginners (to intermediate) who don't really get good glazing results.

We will talk (and actually help you do it ) about how to Dip, Pour, and Spray and then fire and  see results and repeat until you get it right. It can make all the difference and take you to a new level of your pottery skills.  Why wait years when this can help you in a week!!?

We will also have a variety of other projects and techniques, like wax/latex, overlapping, pencils, chalks, decals, stains, etc.  And everyone will work at their own pace. No stress!

Should be a fun class but you should let me know asap because you will need to bring about 30 bisque pieces. (nothing complicated -cups or teabowls will do) So you may need time to make them.

If you can't do that I will have some samples here.

The location is near Penland School. 1 hour north of Asheville NC.

Let me know,


Anonymous said...

Wish I lived closer or you would hold one in summer, when I have a chance of getting there. Sounds great!

John Britt said...

Hope you can sometime!

John Britt said...

Let me know possible times and I can schedule it.

jojoaruba said...

I don't know if you have ever considered doing an "on-line" class, but I am signed up for one right now that is working out really well. I know there are some things that you can only learn by "being there", but I am really happy for what I am learning, and I was happy to pay the tuition since I didn't have to have the time or expenses of travel. Just a thought. I would sign up for yours!

John Britt said...

That is a great idea. Just hard to keep all the balls in the air. I will work on it. What kind of class?

John Britt said...

What class are you currently doing?