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Plinth Gallery is pleased to present a 2 day workshop with Don Davis.

 

Don will demonstrate both wheel thrown and hand built forming methods. Discussion will focus on many areas of ceramics including clay choices related to form, wild materials, the improvisation, the challenge of throwing thick or thin, surface treatments, and firing methods, and finally, staying open to new possibilities while exercising personal choices toward your desired results.

Don Davis is the author of “Wheel Thrown Ceramics†published by Lark Books.

Registration fee is $200 per student, includes most materials, as well as a fully catered lunch provided by Fuel Cafe for both days of the workshop.

 

Please call or email the gallery for more information and to register for this highly instructive workshop. Graduate college credit is available through Adams State College.

 

Plinth Gallery (303) 295-0717 gallery@plinthgallery.com

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Plinth Gallery is pleased to present a 2 day workshop with Don Davis.

 

Don will demonstrate both wheel thrown and hand built forming methods. Discussion will focus on many areas of ceramics including clay choices related to form, wild materials, the improvisation, the challenge of throwing thick or thin, surface treatments, and firing methods, and finally, staying open to new possibilities while exercising personal choices toward your desired results.

Don Davis is the author of “Wheel Thrown Ceramics†published by Lark Books.

Registration fee is $200 per student, includes most materials, as well as a fully catered lunch provided by Fuel Cafe for both days of the workshop.

 

Please call or email the gallery for more information and to register for this highly instructive workshop. Graduate college credit is available through Adams State College.

 

Plinth Gallery (303) 295-0717 gallery@plinthgallery.com

 

 

You have such a wonderful gallery. I just wish it have been there in the '70's when I was potting in Denver.

 

Jim

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