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#1 Carolyn Dorr

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 01:12 PM

POTTERS COUNCIL CONFERENCE

HANDBUILDING II
February 3-5, 2012
San Diego, California
Hosted by Get Centered Clay and Jackson Gray

For more information, visit: http://ceramicartsda...andbuilding-ii/

Creative, Knowledgeable, Talented, and Engaging
Creative, knowledgeable, talented and engaging describe these experienced presenters participating in the Handbuilding II conference. This not-to-be-missed conference brings together a diverse group of ceramic artists to demonstrate, share, and answer any question you may have on handbuilding and the techniques they use. This conference will help you build upon existing skills and learn new techniques that you can apply to your own studio work. Register today for your chance to learn from Hayne Bayless, Joseph Pintz, Sandi Pierantozzi and Amy Sanders.

Mark Your Calendar and Register Today!

Save $75 and Register by November 20, 2011

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Featured Presenters:

Hayne Bayless, Joseph Pintz, Sandi Pierantozzi and Amy Sanders


Attendees will learn how to. . .


  • Make full use of the extruder and make custom extruder dies
  • Cut stencils from Tyvek
  • Use liquid latex resist with a deer-tail brush
  • Decorate with colored slip inlay
  • Work with stretched slabs
  • Make tools out of common materials and how to modify existing tools to suit a specific need
  • Handbuild functional pots that have good form and function
  • Use circular and rectangular templates, and the method of making various parts fit together.
  • Use alternate ways of treating the bottom of a pot with regard to added feet or foot rings, as well as various types of handles made from slabs and coils.
  • Focus on soft slab construction while considering how stamped patterns and clay appliques enhance the surface
  • Create pieces by pinching, folding and draping thin slabs over bisqued clay molds.
  • Use simple paper templates
  • And much more!
Register and read more... http://ceramicartsda...andbuilding-ii/
Carolyn Dorr
Potters Council
www.potterscouncil.org




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