In this two-day workshop, Mary will demonstrate her process of handbuilding and printing images on clay, using ceramic stains, slips, engobes, and other ceramic decorating methods. She will demonstrate use of washes and under-glaze pencils to selectively accent the edges. She will also demonstrate her use of image transfer with a variety of techniques, including use of plexiglass plates, using printed images from magazines or other sources, image manipulation using Photoshop, and use of paper or fabric to transfer images similar to a monoprint. There will be discussion and demonstration of correct pigment formulation, and plenty of time for hand-on practice of the techniques. This will be a participatory workshop with time to experiment making your own work that incorporates her techniques.
•All levels of experience are welcome.
•Cost for 2 days, including all materials and a catered lunch is $250 per student
•Graduate credit is available through Adams State College
Class size is limited so advance registration is encouraged. Contact the Gallery at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-295-0717 for more information and to register!