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Ceramics Lollipop with Ling Chun

$65.00

Saturday and Sunday evenings  – October 13th – 14th – 5pm-9pm

$65

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Description

Explore alternative handbuilding techniques and color pigments to create vivid,
delicious, eye popping surfaces. Through the use of paperslip, mason stains and
some simple tools, we’ll find ways to build surface, create texture and make intense
colors. There will be many demonstrations and you will go home with both technical
knowledge and practical applications. If you have been wondering how to add
color and texture to your work, this workshop will flip your switch!
Saturday & Sunday evenings — October 13th & 14th — 5pm-9pm

Ling Chun was a special student at Seward Park Clay Studio from 2011 to 2012.
Ling has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Art Institute in Chicago, a Master of Fine
Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and has been a resident at the Archie
Bray Foundation for the last two years. In between all of that school and residency
time, she has been a visiting lecturer, been a resident at several studios and created
quite a bit of work. She currently has a show at Zinc contemporary and is a resident
at Pottery Northwest this autumn.

Description

Explore alternative handbuilding techniques and color pigments to create vivid,
delicious, eye popping surfaces. Through the use of paperslip, mason stains and
some simple tools, we’ll find ways to build surface, create texture and make intense
colors. There will be many demonstrations and you will go home with both technical
knowledge and practical applications. If you have been wondering how to add
color and texture to your work, this workshop will flip your switch!
Saturday & Sunday evenings — October 13th & 14th — 5pm-9pm

Ling Chun was a special student at Seward Park Clay Studio from 2011 to 2012.
Ling has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Art Institute in Chicago, a Master of Fine
Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and has been a resident at the Archie
Bray Foundation for the last two years. In between all of that school and residency
time, she has been a visiting lecturer, been a resident at several studios and created
quite a bit of work. She currently has a show at Zinc contemporary and is a resident
at Pottery Northwest this autumn.