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Shadow Stack: Plants, Pots, and the Layered Surface

June 16 - 21, 2024

Lindsay Rogers  ·  lindsayrogersceramics.com


Workshop at a glance

This workshop is a crash course in creating captivating, nature-inspired surface designs on ceramic objects.

Techniques

  • Throwing
  • Trimming
  • Slip Application
  • Layering Techniques
  • Design Strategies

Materials

  • Clay
  • Slip
  • Stains
  • Glaze and underglaze
  • Glaze
  • Paper
  • Vinyl
  • Foam
  • Wax

Outcomes

  • A series of vessels that explore the vast possibilities of using plants as inspiration for surface design

Artist Bio

Lindsay Rogers is an artist, educator, and gardener living in the mountains of East Tennessee. She received her BA with a concentration in printmaking from Sarah Lawrence College in 2001 and an MFA in ceramics from the University of Florida in 2013. She is currently an Associate Professor of Ceramics at East Tennessee State University. Additional teaching experience includes workshops at Penland School of Craft and Harvard Ceramics. She has participated in the Dallas Pottery Invitational, Art of the Pot, the Old Church Pottery Show, and the American Pottery Festival. Gallery representation includes Blue Spiral 1 in North Carolina and ClayAKAR in Iowa. Her work has been published in Ceramics Monthly, Studio Potter, Pottery Making Illustrated (cover), Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, and Martha Stewart Living. In 2022 she was a summer resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation in Montana and Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine.

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Workshop Description

This workshop will merge analog and digital processes to tell the story of place through plants. The workshop will begin with an exploration of personal inspiration. Wheel-throwing demonstrations will prompt discussions on how to create unified, layered, nature-inspired surface designs on pottery. Decorative techniques will include the creation of paper masks, foam texture tools, silk screens, and vinyl resist patterns. This class will also offer participants a brief introduction to using design software and cutting machines in the ceramic studio; however, all techniques covered will be adaptable to low-tech applications. Students will walk away with an awakened sense of exploration and collaboration with nature in the studio.

COURSE FEE: $690



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

Call 865-436-5860 with questions about registering for this workshop.


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