From July 9 to 13 Justin Rothshank teaches the workshop Ceramic Decals in an Atmospheric Kiln at Touchstone Center for Crafts. Tuition is $495, and NCECA members get 5% off. Click on the workshop title to learn more and sign up.
In this class we will learn how to design and print iron transfer decals using a laser printer. We will also learn strategies and techniques for achieving success with decals in an atmospheric kiln. The instructor will provide insights for using commercial decals, and how to apply decals to greenware, bisqueware and glazed ware.
Justin Rothshank has been a full-time studio potter since 2008. Prior to that he was co-founder and associate director of Union Project, in Pittsburgh, PA, where he started a Cooperative Community Ceramics Studio. Justin has been a visiting artist, speaker and instructor at numerous schools, craft centers and conferences around the country. His work has been published nationally and internationally. In 2010, Justin constructed a two-chamber wood kiln at his home studio in Goshen, Indiana. He produces a line of functional earthenware pottery, decorated with decals, that is sold in more than two dozen galleries and gift shops around the country. www.rothshank.com
July 9-13 "Ceramic Decals in an Atmospheric Kiln" with Justin Rothshank
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