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"Finding Creativity in Your Pottery Forms" with Jerry Wagner June 25 to 29

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Posted 29 May 2012 - 02:16 PM

Finding Creativity in Your Pottery Forms from June 25 to 29 with Jerry Wagner at Touchstone Center for Crafts. This intermediate /advanced level workshop is a weeklong chance to really hone your skills with a master craftsman. Tuition is $495 and NCEAC and PC members receive 10% off. Click on the workshop title to learn more and sign up.

Learn the mechanics and discipline to produce repeatable forms, as well as define your personal manufacturing process through to conceptualized glaze finish. We will work on personal growth in the development of Form, Function and Finish, to allow you to produce and individualize a well-crafted, finished product that is repeatable and satisfying to make. Repetition forces you as the artist to define essential and nonessential ornamentation, as well as how your personal vision fits the finished piece and intended use.

Jerry Wagner
received his master's of fine art degree in ceramics from Edinboro University in 1982 and has worked in the industrial ceramics field for Swindell Dressler International and SBL Kiln Services Inc., and in the area of glass annealing for E.W. Bowman Inc. In 2001, he started Wagner Pottery, a wholesale pottery business. He currently provides assistance and equipment to industrial manufacturers and pottery producers through Danser Inc.

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