Sat, May 09|
Galaxy Stoneware Bowl (SOLD OUT)
This workshop will be given via Facebook Live! Create a Stunning Serving Bowl from Stoneware. This unique piece will have you exploring how to use Stoneware Glazes and the kiln results they surprise you with.
Time & Location
May 09, 2020, 5:45 PM – 9:45 PM
About the Event
This workshop will be given via Facebook Live.
Sign up here.
Pick up your supplies curbside MAY 1st thru MAY 9th from 10am to 6pm. (There will be a bag with your name on it)
Follow along via Facebook on May 9th at 6pm.
Place all your supplies and finished glaze bowl back in bag and drop off to be fired by MAY 22nd.
Bowls will be ready for pick up one week later! (we will send a 'Ready' text or email!
Painted Color Ceramics is mixing up their clay from Low Fire to High Fire in this one of a kind Stoneware Serving Bowl Workshop. You will learn to create color combos and see how the kiln makes the colors flow together. This glaxay design is stunning and will surprise you every time!
This workshop is Fantastic for BEGINNER ceramic artist and glazers! We recommend ages 14 to adult only!
ONE 9" Stoneware serving Bowl
Use of 5 glazes to create this design
Step By Step Certified Instruction via facebook live. (You can also create from the written directions as well)
Use of Brushes and Supplies
Kiln Firing (Bowl will be ready to Pick up within 2 WEEKS after event)
PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT AND WILL NOT CARRY STONEWARE IN OUR STUDIO. THIS CLAY IS HARDER CLAY THAN WHAT WE POUR AND TAKES A SPECIAL HIGH FIRE GLAZE. WE WILL ONLY OFFER STONEWARE IN OUR WORKSHOPS AS A GROUP. YOU MAY SCHEDULE YOUR OWN GROUP WORKSHOP IF DESIRED!
Stoneware clay and glazes arrive in larger batches and are more expensive than our usual clay. Note the workshop cost is more expensive due to higher pricing volume and amount of glazes used.
NOTE STONEWARE USE: The benefit of using stoneware bisque is the durability and functionality; it is dinnerware, microwave, dishwasher, and oven friendly. For oven use we recommend that the ware be placed in a cold oven, warming as the oven pre-heats. Then stoneware can be removed from a hot oven, allowing to cool to room temperature. Avoid drastic fluctuations in temperature (freezer to oven, or oven to freezer) to prevent thermal shock within the clay body and glaze.
Stoneware Bowl May 9
One bowl per person per signup. Two People may not paint one bowl.