Clay Cooking Pots: An Introduction To Flameware

June 3, 2018 – June 9, 2018

Robbie Lobell

The utilitarian necessities of a cooking pot used in high-heat environments, and the aesthetic considerations for a beautiful pot presented from the kitchen to the dining table is the theme for this workshop. Casseroles, stockpots, grilling platters, bakers, roasters, skillets, saucepots and pizza stones are all possible forms that students may create. Discussions include how to glaze and firing requirements for high-fire flameware. Demonstrations, hands-on practice and in-depth discussion provide students with a foundation for working with flameware. Participants will take or send home their bisqued pots. This workshop is designed for students with a solid foundation in wheel-forming.


Robbie Lobell is the co-founder and co-owner of Cook on Clay. She is a full-time studio potter and educator. Her work is focused on designing and producing flameproof cookware. Her work has been exhibited extensively and featured in ceramics books and food publications.

Robbie Lobell

In order to complete your registration, a $300 deposit is required.

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