Watch how it's made.

Saturday, Sept 23, 2017

Raku Firings  (outside)
4 Kiln Openings by Blue Ridge Pottery including 1 with Nancy Ross

Demo Area A  (inside)
11      Steven Summerville -  decorating a whimsical pot
12     Hona Knudsen - throwing mug shapes & attaching handles
 1      Seth Guzovsky - throwing pots & explaining ash glazes
 2      Karis Swink Barry - making a mug with sgraffito decoration
 3      Kary Haun - making a teapot or coffee pot

Demo Area B  (inside)
11      Maggie Stultz - vase making with slabs
12      Deb Barr - sculpting and decorating jewelry
 1       Susie Wilburn - adding imagery to clay surface
 2      Lois Sharpe - sculptural forms made with drape molds
 3      Nell Fredericksen - drawing and decorating with slip

Demo Area C  (outside tent)
11      Becky Garrity - throwing off the hump
12     Lee Hazelgrove - large vessel construction using a torch
 1      Ron Sutterer - a new method of constructing platters
 2     Andrea Denniston - inlaying underglaze patterns on thrown mugs
 3     Abby Reczek - berry bowls from altered wheel thrown shapes

What is it about clay that grabs the heart and imagination of so many people? Perhaps it’s because there is something so amazing about transforming a chunk of raw, muddy clay into something beautiful and functional like a mug to drink out of. There is great satisfaction in welcoming a handcrafted object into your everyday life, especially when you have met the person who actually made it.

Sunday, Sept 24, 2017

Raku Firings   (outside)
4 Kiln Openings by Blue Ridge Pottery including 1 with Nancy Ross

Demo Area A  (inside)
11     Chris Lively - decorating with slip on the wheel
12     D. D. Lecky - leaf press & slip trail decoration
 1      Neal Reed - sgraffito carving on greenware.
 2     Wendy Wrenn Werstlein - adding relief designs to pottery
 3     Josh Manning - throwing and altering vase forms

Demo Area B    (inside)
11      Jennifer Paxton - jewelry design, texture and glazes
12     Stephen Palmer - hand building cups and trays with slabs
 1      Sarah McCarthy - surface designs using slip and carving
 2     Ayla Mullen - inlaying color with the mishima process
 3     Beth Sperlazza - screen printing, paper stencils  & underglazes


Demo Area C  (outside tent)
11    Elizabeth Krome - hand building stamped sushi dishes
12    Jake Johnson - altered forms and lidded vessels
 1    Trista Chapman - surface decoration
 2    Michael Laroche - altering the surface with "neriage"
 3    Janice Arone - creative handles & attachment

10am to 5 pm both days

Stanardsville Virginia