Sgraffito, Mishima and Layering

Presented by Jen Curry and Donna Hetrick

Learn how to use colored slips, underglazes and oxide washes. They can be combined, and inlaid (Mishima), or layered and carved (sgraffito) to create intricate and complex effects. For hands on practice bring your own leather hard pottery and brushes and tools, or use materials we provide. 

Saturday, September 17, 9:00 a.m.

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