REGISTER APRIL 1
Ceramics: Design & Dine — Sandy Brown
August 12 — 18, 2018
The goal during our week together will be to artfully design an original one of a kind slab built place setting which will include one dinner plate, one salad plate, one bowl and a drinking vessel. The place setting will be glazed with overglazes, underglazes, or both. What does dinnerware mean to you? Will your pieces tell a story, share a memory or experience? Will the pieces be functional for everyday use or non functional, sculptural and pleasing to the eye? Will you texture your clay? Will the clay be an open canvas and lead you to a more painterly form of expression? Sandy invites you to explore your vision of what tableware is to you before we begin our week together. Some clay experience is helpful it is not necessary for this class. Class Material Fee: $40.
CLASS SUPPLY LIST:
- a sure form tool
- gadgets for making marks and texture on clay
- boudless inventiveness, whimsy and play
REGISTRATION STARTS APRIL 1, 2018
Five easy steps to registration:
1. Select one week long class, lodging, and meals below.
2. Add to your shopping cart and check out.
3. After payment you will be sent an email confirmation.
4. In the confirmation email is a link to a registration form.
5. You must complete registration form to finish your transaction.
TWO WEEK PARTICIPANTS: If you are taking BOTH one week workshops, please click the button below to see more options and requirements for two week participants.
My love for clay began when I took my first ceramics class in high school and what a journey it’s been! After receiving my MAT Degree from Lewis and Clark College I taught middle school art and high school ceramics for nearly 20 years. Currently, I am nearly a full time studio potter selling my functional wheel thrown and slab built kitchenware in a variety of outdoor and indoor festivals from Anacortes, WA to The California Redwoods and all places in between. I am represented by Gallery One in Ellensburg, WA year round and a number of seasons galleries. My teaching work continues in the public schools where I enjoy substitute teaching. I also teach Wheel Throwing and Handbuilding classes at a couple of community centers in Eugene, Oregon, the place I call home.
Check out Sandy's website here