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Wheel 102: Creative Form and Surface

Vessel makers with prior experience will explore a variety of advanced throwing and handbuilding techniques to create larger and/or more complex forms.  Participants will also investigate a range of surface treatments to invent lively solutions for their pottery surfaces. No matter their skill level, the class will continue to refine technical skills while exploring personal ideas, thinking innovatively, and receiving helpful advice and constructive criticism. 


AJ Argentina and Brandon Lipe


$200 for Roswell Residents, $300 for non-residents

Who it is for? 

Intermediate to advanced potters with a desire to take their skills to the next level in terms of form, surface, and meaning.

What you might make

Improved mugs, larger forms, composite pieces, altered forms


What to expect

Your instructor will explain varied methods to alter the surface and attach objects to your work. Each class will have a demonstration and students are encouraged to contribute class ideas and share ideas of pottery they would like to create. Your instructor will also spend one-on-one time with each student during every class to evaluate your progress and to help tackle challenges that arise in the building and finishing process. 


What to bring

A good attitude, an open mind, and the desire to make the best work you can will certainly help! Personal tools and a towel are also a must!

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