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marybeth (rhodes) coulter-best workshop in colorado

updated fri 17 may 02


James Bowen on thu 16 may 02

All roads lead to Westminster for a pottery workshop

Marybeth (Rhodes) Coulter-Best

Demonstrating her thrown and reformed pieces in porcelain

Glazing techniques using the Kosai method

Saturday, June 22

9am =96 5pm

City Park Recreation Center Pottery Studio

10455 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster, Colorado

Marybeth Coulter-Best, formerly of Colorado, is an
internationally recognized artist now living in Mexico. Her
work is sought after by collectors in the United States,
Mexico, France, Sweden, Russian and Japan. The influences of
Marybeth=92s pottery are also international. Her understanding
of pottery comes from the United States; her color and
design =96 from the strong light, vivid colors and primitive
forms of Mexico; the classic look and feel of pottery, from
the Far East.

Ceramic teachers with whom Coulter-Best has studied include
Omi Peterson, Cynthia Bringle, Angela Fina, and the late
Daniel Rhodes, author, clay sculptor and former professor of
Ceramics at Alfred University. Marybeth has a Masters Degree
in Education and is one of only five potters authorized to
use the Kosai Ware glazing process as taught by Biz Littell.
Check out her website at Don=92t miss
this workshop opportunity!

Fee: $50.00 Continental Breakfast provided. Lunch is potluck

Registration Deadline: June 17, 2002

Questions? Call the studio at (303) 460-9690 x124

Mail payment (payable to City of Westminster) and form below
to: Sally Nehr, City Park Recreation Center Pottery Studio,
10455 Sheridan Blvd., Westminster CO 80021


Registration Form: Marybeth Coulter Pottery Workshop



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Mercy Langford on thu 16 may 02

can any tell me what reformed pieces mean? I'm young at this and really
not heard the term before. thanks, mercy