LORNA MEADEN 2016 WORKSHOP @ SFCLAYWORKS
JUNE (10); 11, 12, 2016
What: Lorna Meaden will give a two-day demonstration workshop, and evening slide lecture** (Description below)
When: June (10); 11, 12, 2016 | Demo workshop, Sat, 10am-4pm (doors open at 9:30am) | Sun, 10am-4 pm (doors open at 9:30am)
Friday, June 10, Free artist reception and slide lecture** 6:30pm.
Where: sfclayworks, 2240 Palou Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94124 | 415 647 CLAY (2529) (map)
Fee: $190, including lunch* both days. Discounted fee of $170 for sfclayworks studio members.
Additional notes: *Lunch is included in the workshop fee, however we may not be able to accommodate those of you with special dietary restrictions.
*Space is limited.
Interested in joining us for this special opportunity to see Lorna at work?
Please send your name, address, email address, phone number, and workshop fee to sfclayworks:
sfclayworks /re: Meaden workshop
2240 Palou Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
Still need additional info? Contact sfclayworks or call 415 647 2529 (CLAY)
Thrown, Altered, and Decorated
This workshop will address ways to create pots that have a generous sense of volume and fluidity of line, with wheel thrown and altered porcelain. Lorna’s vocabulary of forms range from pots for daily use to atypical forms such as watering cans, and spoons. Demonstrations will include altering pots on and off the wheel, in addition to using drawn patterns to hand build spouts and handles. Surface treatment demonstrations will consist of slip inlay, and glaze decoration using wax and latex.
Lorna Meaden Bio:
Lorna Meaden grew up in the western suburb of Chicago, La Grange. After receiving a B.A. from Fort Lewis College in 1994, she established a studio in Durango, Colorado where she worked as a studio potter for the next eight years. She received an MFA in ceramics from Ohio University in June of 2005. She has recently been a resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana, and at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado. She was featured as a demonstrator and lecturer at the National Council on Education in Ceramic Arts, as well as Utilitarian Clay V: Celebrate the Object. Her work is represented my several national galleries. She is currently a studio potter in Durango, as well as Adjunct Professor of Art at Fort Lewis College.