Carole Fox on wed 6 apr 05
I attended Hank's workshop at the Appalachian Center for Craft this past
weekend - enjoyed it tremendously! Hank is an excellent teacher =96 and wha=
a great format the demonstration combined with hands-on is! It was also
great to meet the other Clayarters who attended; now I can picture you when
I read your Clayart posts.
For those who have not been there, the Craft Center is a great facility in
a superb natural surrounding. I wouldn=92t mind going back for a longer
stay. And Vince was quite the gracious host even with his injured leg.
For anyone who may be interested in seeing what went on at the workshop,
here is a link to the Kodak photo website. The images are grouped in
topically related sequences, rather than purely chronological order. For
example, all the steps associated with creating a plate are grouped
together, from throwing, to altering the rim, to trimming the foot. There
is a plate sequence, a faceted bowl sequence, a teapot/vase sequence, etc.
When you go to the website, you can ignore the sign-in sales pitch and just
click on the blue view photos button directly below the picture. The slide
show is best viewed in full-screen mode. If you have any problems with the
link, let me know.
Liz Willoughby on wed 6 apr 05
Thanks so much for putting up those photos, they were great, and
really showed what Hank was doing so well. Interesting how he makes
his teapots. It was also good to see other clayarters that were
there. There were good shots of the Appalachian Center for Craft as
well. Would really be nice to go there sometime.
=46or those interested in seeing a good workshop take the time to pull
up the web-site below that Carole put up, she did a terrific job.
Maybe clayart should make her our "photographer"!
Meticky Liz from Grafton, Ontario, Canada
remembering the Iris wine from Oregan and bread and cheese that Hank
shared with Tony, Sheila, Judith, and I.
>I attended Hank's workshop at the Appalachian Center for Craft this past
>weekend - enjoyed it tremendously! Hank is an excellent teacher =96
>When you go to the website, you can ignore the sign-in sales pitch and just
>click on the blue view photos button directly below the picture. The slide
>show is best viewed in full-screen mode. If you have any problems with the
>link, let me know.
bonnie staffel on fri 8 apr 05
Liz, sorry I could not open the URL shown in your post.
Regards, Bonnie Staffel
Charter Member Potters Council