Scraffito Workshop with Richard Roth

Scraffito Workshop with Richard Roth

The Clayfolk Workshop Committee is pleased to announce a demonstration workshop with clay artist Richard Roth.  

Date:  October 1, 2022
Time:  9-12AM and 1-4PM
Where: Northwest Ceramics Studio
                                 4495 S Pacific Hwy, Phoenix, OR 97535
Fee:  $80 for Clayfolk Members 
                   $100 for non-Clayfolk members 

To register!  Just click on the Register NOW button to the left.


Richard Roth’s bio:

Richard Roth celebrates almost fifty years of experience as a studio potter and ceramic arts instructor. He
is known for scraffito designs in both porcelain and stoneware clay which is a technique of brushing
colored liquid clay slip over leather hard clay. Designs are then transferred from patterns, sketched
directly on the surface, handcarved, and backgrounds carved away. He also adds colored slip designs by
slip trailing techniques. His work has been included in numerous west coast exhibitions and galleries.

His workshop will give students demonstrations of throwing, altering, trimming, tool making and
decorating techniques as well as opportunities for students to practice these techniques with
individualized guidance. Students are encouraged to bring a sketchbook and leather hard forms to work
on at the workshop.

Visit Richard Roth’s Website

Tea Duong Workshop

Tea Duong Workshop

The Clayfolk Workshop Committee is pleased to announce a demonstration workshop with clay artist and Clayfolk member, Tea Duong.  

To register online!  Just click on the Register NOW button to the left.

For those who do not wish to register online you can still do it the snail-mail way by downloading this workshop registration form and mailing a check to the Carole Hayne, P.O. Box 337, Merlin, OR  97532.

Have questions? Please contact Carole at gro.klofyalc@spohskrow


Tea’s bio:

As a young child and soon-to-be artist, Tea Duong immigrated from Vietnam to the United States.  He has been a studio potter since 1986.  As an artist, he has studied and worked abroad in New Zealand, Australia, and Europe.  Currently, Mr Duong maintains an expansive studio in the Coast Range of Western Oregon.

Tea has taught pottery classes for over twenty years and, due to frequent requests, recently began offering ceramic workshops at various learning institutions. He has a master’s degree from Truman State University (formally Northwest Missouri State University) with an emphasis in art.  Tea’s students will tell you he has an amazing talent for conveying knowledge of his own personal and unique wheel throwing techniques.

 

Visit Tea’s website

Lucy Fagella  Workshop | Lidded Jars and Vessels

Lucy Fagella Workshop | Lidded Jars and Vessels

Lucy Fagella | Lidded Jars and Vessels

The Clayfolk Workshop Committee is pleased to announce a virtual workshop with clay artist, Lucy Fagella. Lucy is well known for her functional ware ceramics. Please visit her website to discover her wonderful work.

The workshop will focus on making lidded jars and vessels. You will learn a variety of methods. Lucy will demonstrate all methods.

Date: July 17, 2021

Time: 10:30 AM to noon, and 1 to 2:30 PM

Cost: $27 for Clayfolk members, $32 for non-members

 

 

For those who do not wish to register online you can do it the snail-mail way by mailing a check to the Carole Hayne, P.O. Box 337, Merllin, OR  97530. Please be sure to indicate on the check that you are paying for the Lucy Fagella workshop.

A zoom link will be sent to all participants two days before the event.  If you are new to zoom please visit this helpful page on Zoom basics.

Have questions? Please contact Carole at gro.klofyalc@spohskrow 

Penelope Dews Workshop: May, 2019

Penelope Dews: Animal Sculpture Workshop!

May 18-19, 2019 at South Medford High School
Penelope will be guiding participant’s construction of an animal sculpture, with special emphasis on sculpturing of the eyes, using extrusions for legs, and using details to make the sculpture lifelike.
Saturday – (9-12 and 1-4): Forming the structure.
Sunday – (9-12 and 1-4) Analysis of the structure and conceptualizing details that will make the sculpture come alive.

Cost: $120

CLICK HERE for Registration Form