Instructor: Daniel Ricardo Teran
July 30 - August 3
Monday - Friday
9am - 1pm
Lose yourself in making and explore the narrative vessel as a means to share intimate ideas and bring nourishment to our bodies. In this 5-day workshop, Teran will demonstrate the variety of techniques he uses to discover pottery forms and the stream of consciousness drawings that go on them. From the use of techniques adapted from printmaking, to surrealist drawing and form building exercises, workshop participants will have a chance to create their own vessels that act as stages for personal narratives. Come one come all, as there will be information pertinent to all skill levels and building styles!
Teran received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and is currently a Resident Artist at The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA. Teran has completed residencies at the International Ceramics Studio, Hungary, Watershed Center for The Ceramic Arts, ME, and The Armory Art Center, FL. Daniel has work in public and private collections and has taught workshops and classes across the U.S. He currently teaches at The Clay Studio and Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia.