peter coates on wed 7 mar 01
ClayArts own David Hendley is going to be doing a workshop in Oklahoma =
City, if you live around here you don't want to miss it... There really =
is limited space so call soon...=20
CITY ARTS CENTER IS PROUD TO PRESENT...
"BEYOND HANDLES: CREATIVE EXTRUDER USE FOR POTTERS"
A workshop with David Hendley
-Extrusions as additions to thrown pieces such as handles, feet, and =
-Extrusions used as components for hand-building forms
-Hollow extrusions that make vessel forms with the addition of tops =
-Designing and making your own custom extruder dies
David Hendley has been a self-sufficient, independent studio potter =
since 1976. In 1991 David opened Old Farm House Pottery in Maydelle, =
Texas and since been making exceptionally beautiful wood-fired and =
functional pottery known the world over. David has numerous articles =
published in Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated, including =
one on making your own extruder. He was a presenter at "Tool Doctors" at =
the National Council for Education in the Ceramics Arts (NCECA), Annual =
Conference, Denver, CO, 2000. David's work is featured in Extruded =
Ceramics by Diana Pancioli, Lark Books, 2000, and The Extruder Book by =
Daryl Baird, American Ceramic Society, 2000. David is a reservoir of =
knowledge on all aspects of pottery and the studio, he is a true gem of =
a person, and his workshop is not to be missed!
"everything matters, every material, process, tool, and technique. In =
the pottery studio, every choice determines the look and feel of the =
finished work and is an opportunity for the potter to incorporate his or =
her personality, or spirit, into the piece. For me, this means that, =
whenever possible and reasonable, I want to make my own tools, formulate =
my own materials, and cultivate my own techniques." David Hendley
LIMITED SPACE, SO ENROLL EARLY!
WHEN: APRIL 7-8
WHERE: CITYARTS CENTER (located in the State Fair Grounds)
3000 Pershing Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73107
For more information or details, e-mal Peter Coates at =