“Cheerful surfaces and simple forms are an intentional invitation to engage my pottery. I compose layers of color and pattern, bringing together stained and burnished surfaces to suggest an emotional duality between happiness and despair.”
-Jason Bige Burnett
Focusing on image and stencil development through doodling, drawing and screen printing processes. Add color images to your clay surfaces by using newspaper and slip transfers. Demonstrations will cover traditional and non-traditional techniques that embellish ceramic surfaces.
This hands on activity will cover image development, surface embellishment and decal manipulation. Jason Burnett earned his degrees in ceramics, printmaking and graphic design at Western Kentucky University. He exhibits nationally, teaches workshops across the country, has been featured in multiple publications, including Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated and American Craft Magazine.
Saturday-Sunday, June 22-23, 2019, 9 am – 4 pm
Northern Kentucky University – Ceramics & Sculpture Building
Reception & Lecture: Friday, June 21, 2019, 7 pm.
The Reception & Lecture is free and open to all.
$100 for Clay Alliance members & students ($125 starting May 15)
$150 for non-members ($175 starting May 15)
– Students must present a valid school ID upon arrival at the workshop.
– Non-members may join the Clay Alliance prior to registering by visiting our website at www.clayalliance.org to get the member rate.