Image Transfer Workshop with Carol Gouthro – May 20-21, 2017

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Saturday & Sunday, May 20-21, 2017
Time: 10am-4:30pm (with a 1 hour lunch break)
Skill Level: All welcome

Join us for this hands-on workshop exploring the different ways to incorporate photographs, copy-machine images, text, and drawings onto your ceramic artwork. Utilizing iron transfer decals and the toner transfer techniques students will transfer imagery onto work in various stages of the ceramic process. We will also learn how to incorporate color and pattern into the transfer images.
If for some reason the workshop is cancelled by AMOCA enrolled students will recieve a complete refund.

Students will bring pieces in various stages of the ceramic process to transfer imagery onto including: wet clay, leather hard, and glaze fired (any temperature range is acceptable). In addition students may bring imagery they have collected including photos, magazine pictures, drawings, clip art, or sketches (high contrast works best). Text may be used but will need to be reversed for the toner transfer process.
Detailed information will be sent to enrolled students prior to the workshop.

Bio Carol Gouthro
Carol Gouthro, a graduate of the University of Manitoba School of Art, Canada is a Seattle based ceramic artist and educator who has been working and exhibiting for over 30 years. Carol has an extensive exhibition record of solo shows and numerous invitational and juried exhibitions including work in the current Flint Institute of Art exhibition Function, Form and Fantasy: Ceramics from the Dr. Robert and Deanna Harris Burger Collection She has been published in many books including The Yixing Effect by Marvin Sweet, the Teapot Book by Steve Woodhouse, The Ceramic Design Book, and several of the 500 Series by Lark books. Carol’s ceramic work has been featured in American Craft magazine, on the cover of Ceramics Monthly and in three major articles including a feature article by Matthew Kangas in the April 2016 issue. In 2013 Ceramics Art and Perception magazine published a feature article on her work, Biorhythms by Judy Seckler. She has also been published in the international magazines Ceramics Now and Ceramics Illustrated. Carol’s work is included in many public and private collections including Racine Art Museum, Kamm Foundation Collection, Kolvo /Sullivan Ceramic Collection, University of Washington Medical Center Art Collection, Washington State Arts Commission and the Contemporary Ceramics Collection at Harborview.

Carol has been a ceramic instructor in Seattle at the Seward Park Clay Studio and the Kirkland Arts Center for 25 years. She teaches workshops nationally and internationally most recently at the Glass Furnace in Istanbul, Turkey in September 2015,where she was invited to teach the first ever ceramic workshop at the internationally known glass school. Carol also leads international arts and crafts tours.

$250 For non-members of AMOCA
$225 For members
$200 For AMOCA docents
$200 For College Student

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