Barbara considers herself a maker and mentor of all things clay. Her pots, constructed from slabs or using a pinch-strip method I developed, bear the look of fabric, metal, leather or whimsical china.
Vessels used for pouring run the gamut from cream pitchers and gravy boats to ewers, chocolate pots and watering cans. In this earthenware handbuilding class, we'll cover the basic functionality of anything that pours and the roles of the handle and pour spout. We'll also address the making of the simple cup from the shape and appearance of the body to the comfortable grasp of handles-- or lack thereof.
Age Group: Adult
February 13-April 3
Tuition: $265 (Members: $250)
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