Instructor: Jason Bige Burnett
July 10 - 14
9am - 1pm
5 sessions

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Working while the clay is leather hard can create vast opportunities to decorate prior to glazing - and establishes exciting results! Students will focus on embellishing pottery with colored slips, stamps, underglaze stains and other various techniques, including resists and image transfers to create rich dynamic surfaces. Working small with low fire clay, students will be encouraged to step outside their comfort zones, to take risks, all the while establishing new techniques for their creative tool belt. Whether you’re a sculptural, functional or tile-based ceramic artist, come prepared to play! All levels welcome.

Jason Bige Burnett graduated from Western Kentucky University with a BFA in ceramics and BA’s in both printmaking and graphic design. He has been featured in Ceramics Monthly, American Craft Magazine, and in 500 Prints on Clay (Lark Books). Author of Graphic Clay: Ceramic Surfaces and Printed Image Transfer Techniques (Lark Books, 2015) Burnett exhibits nationally and now lives and works in Louisville, Kentucky.