Category: – Ceramics
Envision your “Inner Muse” with ceramist Suzy Birstein, famed
artist for the 2008 Academy Award nominees
on the enchanting island of Skopelos, Greece where “Mama Mia” was filmed!
This workshop is perfect for the absolute beginner who wishes to get their hands dirty in a supportive, warm, and stress free atmosphere, exploring the potter’s wheel.Read More
Potters of all ranges in abilities are welcome to bring work made from stoneware and or porcelain clay bodies and bisque fired to participate fully in this amazing firing. Everyone will participate in the kiln loading and firing process.Read More
This workshop will focus on combing the elements of line, volume and form to create functional pottery that is appropriate for a wood kiln.Read More
This course, taught by one of the country’s premiere throwers, will focus on processes beginning with conceptualization on through to making large-scale work.Read More
Demonstrations and discussions will include commercial mold casting, press mold making, sprig application, damp storage, and forming techniques in throwing and hand building. Basic tableware as well as one of a kind pieces for celebratory moments will be our primary topic.Read More
In this workshop we will explore various hand built pottery forms using red earthenware clay. Included will be plates and platters, covered forms including teapots and more.Read More
This hands-on workshop will provide an opportunity for students to explore and experience new approaches to sculptural forms and functional pottery using paper clay and other innovative materials.Read More
Learn how to use plaster molds to achieve interesting shapes and patterned surfaces. We will explore molds as a means to develop one-of-a-kind sculptural and utilitarian vessels.Read More
Topics covered will include: aesthetics, proportions, preparing clay bodies, nuances and components of summer and winter shaped tea bowls, forming methods on the potter’s wheel, working with tea bowl blanks for carving and throwing off the mound to achieve fluidity.Read More
This immersive workshop offers participants the opportunity to learn how to fire The Peters Valley Noborigama wood kiln and also teaches the practical skills and techniques for glazing, loading, and firing a wood kiln.Read More
The focus of this workshop is using the potter’s wheel to create human and animal figurative pottery. These pots might be amphora-like trophies or re-imagined canopic-like large jars, i.e with animal head lids.Read More
Come learn about the famous cobalt blue pigment and the proper use of brushes utilized in the creation of Chinese Blue and White porcelain often referred to as ‘Qing Hua’.Read More
Participants in this weekend workshop will explore pit-firing techniques with an emphasis on salt and copper flashing, using their pieces as a ground for both firing and decorative applications.Read More
Through demonstrations and hands-on work with personal guidance, you will learn to build sculptural vessel forms that emphasize the relationship between interior and exterior space.Read More
Create a beautiful mosaic in a tropical, art-filled setting. Studio is open 24–7 and the workshop includes breakfast and lunch on a beautifully enclosed walled Hacienda. There is inspiration and art all around!Read More
Thanks to l’Antico Ceramiche you can learn how artistic handmade ceramics can be created.
The artist Cristiano Cambi anticoceramiche.it exceptionally opens the doors of his laboratory in the Tuscan countryside (Italy) to let you see how artistic handmade ceramics can be created and painted.