|The three part molds I made at Arrowmont using plaster prototypes in progress. I forgot to take an image of the molds with the last part on them. I'm going to test them out next week and see what the cups look like.|
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Sunday, June 17, 2012
It turns out that blogging while doing a workshop is not a realistic goal. I learned so much this last week, it will probably take me another month to truly process it all. I was a little afraid before I went that I would already know everything that was presented, but that was not true at all. There were several techniques that I had never even heard of before. I tried so many new things and had a ton of fun. It was so nice to not be the teacher for a change.
Thursday, June 7, 2012
I'm headed off to Arrowmont School of Crafts to take a workshop with Heather Mae Erikson on plaster prototyping and mold making. SCAD (the university that I teach at) has generously given me the money to take the workshop and then develop a body of work from what I learn. I am looking forward to the next week and what I will learn. On the way there I will be stopping in Roswell Georgia to set up the next iteration of the Savannah Clay show at Roswell Arts Center West. If you're in the Atalanta area this summer you should go check out the show. I am going to try to be good about blogging about this trip and project this summer.