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.
She will demonstrate altering pots on and off the wheel and explore surface decoration with slip inlay. She'll also show how to create spouts and handles through the use of drawn patterns.
About Lorna Meaden:
Lorna Meaden is a studio potter living in Durango, Colorado, whose work has been exhibited widely around the United States. She received her MFA from Ohio State University and her BA from Fort Lewis College.
In addition to teaching workshops around the country, Lorna has taught at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville, and Fort Lewis College in Durango.
She has also been a resident artist at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts.
Visit her website www.lornameadenpottery.com for more information.
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