Printing on Clay Workshop

 
An Easy Way to Transfer Images onto Pots
Saturday, September 22 • 6:00 to 8:30 pm
 

Michael Pappas has been transferring photo images onto his pots for a number of years and enjoys sharing what he has learned about the process. In this hands-on workshop, participants learn how to print images from photocopies onto their leather-hard pots. Each participant can bring up to six pots.


Materials: The studio supplies gum arabic, linseed oil mixed with Mason stain, glass plates, a brayer to do the inking, sponges and water. You supply six leather-hard pots (plates work best) and high contrast photocopied or laser printed images (no inkjet images). A step-by-step guide will be sent to you when you register.


Pots & Images: Each participant brings six leather-hard pots in porcelain or stoneware prepped with white slip. Your artwork should be high-contrast photocopied or laser printed images, photographs, or copyright free images in the public domain. (Note: Inkjet images will not work.) Register below. Advance registration is required. Space is limited to 10.

Fee: $75

Register here:

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