Brenda Beeley on tue 16 dec 03
CLAYSPACE ON PUGET SOUND
2004 Workshop Schedule
July 17-18, 2004
PETER KING: LARGE SCALE INSTALLATION TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP
Peter King, author of Architectural Ceramics for the Studio Potter, returns
to install the "Tribute to Chief Seattle" Arch that he, Xinia Marin and 20
students created in April 2002 at ClaySpace. The arch was created from
1600 pounds of clay so if anyone wants to learn and be involved in
installing large scale on-site pieces this is the workshop for you.
TO VIEW PETER KING'S WORK GO TO:
August 13-15, 2004
LISA CLAQUE: SCULPTURAL EXPLORATION: MOLDS, METAL & CLAY
In this 3-day workshop you will learn to create unique shapes combining
clay with steel. Thin appendages, large structures and cantilevered forms
can be constructed by combining metal with clay. Lisa's unconventional
techniques allow her own figures "to juggle balls, wear hoop skirts and
wiggle their legs." This highly experimental class will allow you to
explore new ways of creating personal visions in clay.
TO VIEW LISA CLAQUE'S WORK GO TO:
September 25-26, 2004
DOUG JECK: CLAY HEADS
"The sculpted human head is a somewhat schizophrenic object."
Challenge your own personal perceptions of figurative sculpture while
learning new ways of working with clay. Doug is currently Professor of
Ceramics at the University of Washington.
TO VIEW DOUG JECK'S WORK GO TO:
All workshops open to all level of skills.
Please email me for detailed infomation on each workshop, housing,
ClaySpace on Puget Sound
P.O. Box 1339
Suquamish, WA 98392-1339