The Blue Ridge Potters Workshops

Tim See

Demonstration Workshop - April 22nd, 10am – 4pm

Hollins University Ceramics Studio
$25 for BRPG members; $35 non-members; teachers free
Details: Pay at the door; preregistration not necessary

Bring a bag lunch or buy at the campus cafeteria

Free parking on campus

Slide Talk by Artist - April 21st, 6pm (no fee to attend)

Hollins University Moody Center, Goodwin Private Dining Room


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A wood fire potter from Bridgeport New York, Tim's work employs industrial motifs and a strong prevalence of story

lines using carving intricate characters into leather-hard clay enhanced with under glaze and mason stain for a leather-like quality finish. 

www.timseeceramics.com


Rick Hensley
Demonstration Workshop    March 18, 2017, 10am – 4pm
Hollins University Ceramics Studio
$25 for BRPG members; $35 non-members; teachers free pay at the door;
preregistration not necessary bring a bag lunch or buy at the campus cafeteria

Slide Talk by Artist March 17, 2017, 6pm– 7:30pm (no fee to attend) South Roanoke County Library

Rick will discuss the allure of the wheel, decoration, and porcelain. Rick's work displays whimsical functional forms as well as a mastery of radial symmetry. He is a Floyd County potter associated with the tight knit community of Blue Ridge craftsmen, 16 Hands, who joined together to offer each other "feedback, assistance, and courage.
"www.richardhensleypottery.com
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Workshops Ahead:

In April we will witness the work of Tim See. A woodfire potter at heart from Bridgeport New York, Tim's work employs industrial motifs and a strong prevalence of storylines. Much of his work involves carving intricate characters into leatherhard clay that is enhanced with underglaze and mason stain to create a leather-like quality after firing.   www.timseeceramics.com