Instructor: Kevin Crowe
September 5 - 8
9am - 2pm
4 sessions

In this workshop, we’ll explore a variety of forms and the details that give them life - handle placement, spout angle, the relationship of foot to rim, and quick tension of line held between them. First we’ll throw a series of small forms, finish them and then throw the same forms on a larger scale. We’ll examine how scale influences our decisions about those finishing details. Bring a sense of humor. Good for all levels.

Kevin Crowe lives with his wife Linda in the Blue Ridge foothills of Virginia where he operates Tye River Pottery. He produces functional wood fired pots ranging from 4” tea bowls and 40” jars. He has given workshops throughout the US and Britain focusing on large forms and wood kiln construction. Kevin’s work is influenced by both Asian and English voices.