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  1. Mark Arnold: Press Molds Meet the Wheel Workshop Register Here August 22 - 23, 2020: 10:00am – 4:30pm * EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION THROUGH 3/24/2020 * $345.00 Early Bird Nonmembers (includes lunches) $307.00 Early Bird Members (includes lunches) $385.00 Nonmembers (includes lunches) $347.00 Members (includes lunch) $285.00 Students (does not include lunches) In this workshop, we will create molds to be used in combination with wheel thrown and handbuilt forms made out of clay. By using press molds made of plaster, the wheel will then be used as a tool to assemble the pieces. We will explore a variety of utilitarian forms, from cups to vases, and discuss how to use carving, inlay and terra sigillata as surface decoration to make each piece unique to the maker. Workshop includes: 2 lunches 25 lbs of clay Plaster for molds Register Here About the Ranch Reitz Ranch is comprised of 14 acres on the beautiful Verde River in Clarkdale, Az. Nestled between Cottonwood, Jerome, Clarkdale, and Sedona, the ranch offers easy access from any spot here in the heart of Arizona wine country. With a remote feel, the ranch is still within a 20 minute drive of stores, restaurants, and nightspots. Built on the bones of a working ranch, the rich heritage of the ranch is apparent everywhere you look. A bunkhouse built over 100 years ago out of river rock, well pump handles, and literally hundreds of Don’s “porch pots” add to the experience. Whether you’re a beginning potter, advanced hobbyist, or working professional, then ranch can meet your needs. A well-equipped open studio, a wood fired kiln selection, and most importantly, a helpful community of wonderful people with the same interests will make you feel right at home.
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