This class is no longer available.

About the Workshop

From Raku, burnishing and stoneware soda firing in our gas kiln to a saggar firing with wood of burnished pieces, this class gives you the opportunity to make and fire clay pots or sculptures and experience many firing techniques to produce rich and varied surface colors and textures.  We will make work for three days, burnish or glaze, and fire for the last two days. This class is for the novice as well as more advanced painter or potter who wants to expand their visual vocabulary and experience new options in clay.

About Bob Green

Bob Green is a ceramic artist and educator residing in Western Massachusetts. Exhibitions include: the 2015 NCECA conference show “The Diverse Vessel,” “Fifty Years of Crafts, 2010” at the Bennington Museum, Bennington, VT, and the 2007 National Juried Ceramics Exhibition at the Lawrence Art Center in Lawrence, KS. He is a recipient of the Vermont Council of the Arts individual artist grant. In 2012 he had a solo show at Thayer Academy in Braintree, MA. Bob has taught numerous workshops on raku and pit firing and his work is featured in Steve Branfman’s books, “Raku: A Practical Approach” (2nd edition) and “Mastering  Raku,” as well as ”500 RAKU” edited by Ray Hemachandra and Jim Romberg, all published by Lark Books. He has an undergraduate degree in sculpture and an MFA in ceramics from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He teaches ceramics classes at Snowfarm, the New England Craft Program and Castle Hill Center for the Arts in Truro, and a workshop on primitive firing at 1839 Stockbridge,


July 30-August 5, 2016

This class is no longer available.


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