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Richard Notkin Workshop-Workhouse Arts Center-Lorton Virginia

Exhibit-March 11-May 7 Workshop-May 5-7

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 10:40 AM

Workhouse Arts Center

9518 Workhouse Road Lorton, Virginia 22079



Workhouse Ceramics Workshop

“A Plethora of Techniques and Concepts”

Richard Notkin

May 6-7, 2017


May 5- Reception and Artist Talk-7pm-9pm (Building W-16)

May 6-7 Workshop 9am-5pm (Building W-8)

Exhibit-March 11-May 7, 2017 (Building W-16)

In this two-day Demo/Hands-on workshop Richard Notkin will be demonstrating small scale carving, relief tile design and mold-making, teapot design and fabrication (prototype models, mold making, casting and alterations, etc.), large scale sculpting techniques, clay alteration, and will give an illustrated lecture on how he conceives and produces large scale tile murals.  Each of the differing presentations will be filled with technical information and brief discussions on the philosophical foundations upon which his work is conceived.

*Workshop participants should plan to participate in group discussions and bring a bag lunch each day, any photographs for inspiration, sketchbook(s), etc.  * Any Work completed will be fired and participants will be called to pick up when ready.


  Register online at www.workhousearts.org or

Call Dale Marhanka-Ceramics Director at 703-584-2982

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Posted 31 January 2017 - 10:56 AM

when they say Plethora they mean it. Richard gave a workshop at MSUB many years ago and we all learned so much. He is a master mold maker. Highly recommend if you are interested in making and using molds. Patti Warashina made molds with him and she thinks he is the most anal mold maker there could possibly be.<- in a good way. He makes interchangeable sections to vary the imagery. Amazing
Marcia Selsor, Professor Emerita,Montana State University-Billings

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