Instructor: Dan Finnegan
August 20 - 24
Monday - Friday
9am - 1pm
5 Sessions


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In this workshop we will focus on a different aspect of pottery making each day. Our aim will be to improve skills and make more expressive work while exploring the various steps in making useful pots. Each day we will explore a new idea while building on the previous day’s work. Wheel throwing, handles and attachments, surface decoration, altering and glazing will all be addressed. All skill levels are welcome but be prepared to be challenged!

Dan Finnegan has made useful stoneware pottery in Fredericksburg, Virginia since 1980. His work continues to be influenced by his early training in Great Britain at the Winchcombe Pottery. Dan has led numerous workshops in the U.S. and the UK and continues to make his elegant wood fired, salt glazed pottery deep in the Virginia countryside. He is the founder of LibertyTown Arts Workshop and curator of “Pottery on the Hill,” an annual exhibition held in Washington, DC.