Darlene Tsukamoto on thu 27 dec 01
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2002; 10am - 1:00 pm
Terra sigilata means sealed earth. applied to bone dry pots, this thinned =
and refined slip can be an attractive alternative to glazes ranging from =
cone 04 to 6. It can also be an effective flashing slip in atmospheric =
firings. In this workshop, Beth will teach participants how to make and =
apply the material and will explore different decorative techniques. =
Participants will be asked to bring a few bone dry tiles or simple clay =
forms to work on with the tierra sigillata.
Beth Kendall is a studio artist working and living in Northern Virginia. =
She has been working in clay for 11 years and has conducted workshops on =
throwing and glazing techniques throughout the Greater Washington DC area. =
Part of the Lee Art Center - Quick & Dirty workshop series
Class size is limited =AF register early!!
For more information contact: Lee Arts Center
5722 Lee Hwy.
Arlington, VA 22207
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Master Workshops Ph: 703-228-0558=20
Lee Arts Center: 703-228-0560