NOV 17, 2019
THIS CLASS IS AT CAPACITY. PLEASE EMAIL MOLLY TO BE ADDED TO THE WAIT LIST.
THE NEXT COIL-THROWING WORKSHOP WILL BE IN SPRING 2020.
Instructor: Joanne Lee, Artist in Residence
During this workshop, students will make a 25 pound vessel utilizing coil- throwing techniques on the wheel. Using all 25 lbs of stoneware clay (black mountain, Red Pete, or Pete 14) Joanne will teach the students how to coil and dry throw to create the form they want, using all 25 pounds in one session! This is a great workshop for those who cannot center large amounts of clay but want to GO BIG! This easy and safe coil-throwing method, is fit for all levels and body types.
Students should bring their clay tools and an idea for the form they will make in the workshop.
$30 materials fee due at registration covers your first bag of clay, firing, and glazes. Additional clay may be purchased as necessary.
Seong Weon Lee
Artist in Residence
Seong Weon Lee recently received MFA in Ceramics at Cranbrook Academy of Art in Ceramics and is the current Sonoma Ceramics Artist in Residence. Originally from South Korea, Seong Weon received her BFA from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University with a concentration in Ceramics. After graduation, she moved back to South Korea for Artist in Residence program at Korea Ceramic Foundation: Icheon Cerapia, where she achieved 3rd place at Gyeonggi International Ceramics Biennale (known as as Moondobang) as the youngest artist in 2011.