SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10:00AM-4:00PM
FEB 1 & 2, 2020
Instructor: Julia Feld
During this 2-day workshop participants will learn how to use the rigid-slab hand-building technique to create a unique closed forms; investigate the possibility of carved surfaces; learn how to apply underglazes to create a colorful background; and make sepia-tone decals using black and white photographs or line drawings.
This class is perfect for total beginners as well as those who have had previous clay experience. See materials list for specific items to bring for this dynamic workshop.
With your class registration, students receive 1 complimentary drop in day to finish working on class projects.
$30 materials fee covers your ½ bag of clay, firing, and decal paper glazes and under glazes. Additional clay may be purchased as needed; students can also bring additional clay. See materials list for additional necessary supplies.
Julia Feld, a San Jose, California artist, was born and raised in Russia. After moving to the US she developed a highly personal style that incorporates narrative painting and ceramic sculpture in one work of art. She paints on clay with underglazes and creates an illusion of interchangeable reality. She explores psychological and emotional issues of a deep personal nature. Julia is an alumna of the Artist in Residency program at Sonoma Ceramics and has taught here on multiple occasions. She received her BFA in Spatial Arts, from San Jose State University, California and MFA in Visual Arts, Ceramic Sculpture, from University of Cincinnati, Ohio.