Slow, calming and absorbing: coiling offers great opportunities for individuality and the expression of ideas Its past use has ranged from beautiful simple, primitive food containers to highly decorated, sophisticated sculptural forms.
Coiling requires little space, little equipment, little expense and offers a great deal of potential for individuality. Kiln firing, Raku or Smoke Firing are all wonderful options for firing coiled work.
The vessels Janet Keefe makes are soothingly smooth, organic and undulating. She has developed her own individual style of coiling and surface treatment that
she will share with you in this one day class. Janet will also talk about how she sprays on her glazes.
This hands-on class is aimed for those with some prior experience working with clay. All materials will be provided and your work will be bisque fired at LOAM. Please note that this workshop will welcome a maximum of 10 participants.
Please bring a packed lunch.