Instructor: Holly Walker
August 21 - 25
9am - 1pm
5 sessions

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Allow the tactile mark of your hand to take precedence in your work.  When building form with coils, pinching, and hand pressed slabs, the resulting texture is a direct reflection of the gesture of your touch.  In this class we will focus on bowls and jars, using slip to accentuate, delineate, and personalize the geography of form.  Conversations will include strategies to gather and embody sources of inspiration and support clarity of vision.  All levels welcome.

Holly Walker is a full-time studio artist living in Vermont. 2017 exhibits include a solo show at Penland School’s Focus Gallery and the Worcester Center’s Pottery Invitational IX. She has taught at major art and craft schools such as Penland School of Crafts, Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and Rhode Island School of Design.  She formerly served as Director of Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, and her work and thoughts have been widely published.