Drawing on Clay: Getting Started with Underglaze | Saturday 6/15 10am – 1pm

 

Date: Saturday, June 15th

Time: 10am – 1pm

Description: Visiting artist Adams Puryear will share various techniques to apply underglaze onto bisqueware. Different applications, tools, and methods of adding underglaze will be shown with tips for brush types, application tools, and styles. Adams will also share his stylized approach to drawing with oxide washes. Showing the techniques he uses for transferring sketchbook style line drawings onto ceramic forms. This is a great workshop to introduce the vast amount of possibilities that underglaze provides. 

Students are welcome to us their own bisqueware for the workshop and additional bisqueware will be available for those who need.  

 

About the artist: Adams Puryear is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in Kansas City, Mo.  His work explores the Internet’s convoluted information systems and tactile approaches of its representation.  Adams holds an MFA from Indiana University, Bloomington and a BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art.  Puryear’s work has been featured in and around New York City in solo and group exhibitions where he was formally based, nationally in galleries and museums such as the Nelson-Atkins in Kansas City, Mo and the Kennedy Museum in Athens, OH, and internationally at galleries such as Galerie Christine Mayer, Munich, GR, and museums like Icheon World Ceramic Center in South Korea.  He is currently a lecturer at the Kansas City Art Institute.

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Date

Jun 15 2024

Time

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Cost

$125.00