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A two-day, hands-on workshop exploring basic, intermediate and advanced techniques of throwing and hand building along with brushwork surface decoration using slips and underglaze in the Buncheong style.
Buncheong is a contemporary term that describes a dynamic, bold and somewhat modern ceramic type that was made throughout the Korean peninsula during the first 200 years of the Joson Dynasty (roughly the 15th and 16th centuries). Traditionally, dark colored clay pots are coated with a white slip with decorative designs painted over the slip using an iron-based pigment and fired with a pail blue-green celadon glaze. Other pots also used stamping and carved design along with the slip decoration.
This two-day workshop will focus on these traditional techniques. Jesus will demonstrate using his white slip and under glaze methods along with throwing and handbuilding techniques derived from his studies of traditional Korean and Japanese pottery. Participant will be able to use these techniques alongside Jesus and will have all the materials available to make your own pieces.
Open to all levels of ceramic experience but should have a basic understanding of throwing on the wheel.

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