Colored Clay Weekend Workshop
Instructor: Chris Campbell
Are you wondering what to make as gifts for the holiday season? Do you want some amazing and unique pieces for your holiday sales? Looking for something special to keep for yourself?
This “Weekend Workshop” has to be one of the best workshops ever. You pick the weekend and Chris will lead you step by step in this one hour ‘on demand’ video workshop. Staring from rolling a basic Skinner Blend to creating a set of dishes, bowls or trays in “static” cane and multi-colored checked pattern. After they are made you will need to dry them and fire them. They will be the most amazing dishes you’ve ever made!
The price of this colored clay workshop includes live Zoom calls on the first Wednesday of each month with Chris where you can ask questions and meet fellow students; The dates are: October 6, November 3, and December 1 at 3pm -4pm pacific time (San Francisco) / 6pm-7pm eastern time (New York).
Click HERE to view an index of topics in this workshop.
In order to get the most from this workshop you need some familiarity with colored clay techniques. You can find all of the basic information through the Sonoma Community Center’s on demand Colored Porcelain Magic classes with Chris Campbell here: sonomacommunitycenter.org/colored-porcelain-magic/
LIFETIME ACCESS TO PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP: As a participant in this workshop, you get access to Chris’ and all students through her private group and SCHEDULED ZOOM Q&A’S / Show & Tell on the first Wednesdays: Oct 6, 2021 03:00 PM pacific (LA) / 6:00 PM eastern (NY); Nov 3, 2021 03:00 PM pacific (LA) / 6:00 PM eastern (NY); Dec 1, 2021 03:00 PM pacific (LA) / 6:00 PM eastern (NY).
$90 for lifetime ownership of the video
Please email [email protected] with any questions.
Chris Campbell has been specializing in Colored Porcelain Artwork since 1991 and is recognized internationally for her colored clay work and teaching.
She attended a colored porcelain workshop taught by Jane Pieser, a renowned North Carolina Artist and was instantly captivated by the process and has spent the time since then experimenting with patterns and processes to define her own style. Her beautiful artwork is sold in fine galleries in the United States. Pieces of her work are included in the collections of the SAS Institute and The North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her work is also in the collection of Clayworks Australia, the manufacturers of Southern Ice Porcelain.