The Studio Tour will include a VIP Bus tour of all of the artists and studio Friday night. Check back or email me for more details! I look forward to seeing everyone in Austin,Texas.
The Annual Art Auction is Anderson Ranch’s largest community fundraiser of the year and a festive highlight of the summer season! Held at the historic Ranch, the event welcomes art lovers of all ages to the campus. Over 200 works of art from $100 – $20,000 are available in live and silent auctions. Donated by artists, collectors and galleries, much of the work was made at the Ranch or produced specifically for this event. Enjoy live music, art activities for children and a delicious picnic lunch prepared by the Ranch Café. Proceeds support the Ranch’s artistic programs.
I am pleased to be returning to the awesome 2500 sq. ft. David Drake Studio at the Bascom Visual Arts Center in Highlands, NC for a 3 day demo workshop.
Traditional Techniques & Contemporary Practice: Pottery Pattern with Stamped & Painted Imagery
In this 3 day workshop I will demonstrate my surface design methods of stamped and carved inlay as well as hand painted patterns in wax resist. I will throw a variety of his forms and discuss my array of surface strategies. Participants will gain insights from the demonstrations into how they may use traditional techniques to form their contemporary work.
During the workshop participants will be lead through a couple of brief break-out hands-on exercises.
Tuition: $300 Bascom Members, $350 for Non Members
Register today at the Bascom web site and get information about their ongoing programming!
The Spruce Pine Potters Market is a unique gathering of our region’s greatest potters and clay artists. Enjoy wonderful food and beautiful handmade pottery on a colorful autumn weekend. Admission is free and lunches are available for purchase on site.
Pottery on the Hill is a weekend celebrating functional pottery (that which can be regularly used, such as dinnerware, drinkware, vases, platters, and more) featuring seventeen of the top ceramic artists from across the country. Avid ceramics fans will love the chance to talk with the potters in an casual, fun environment and continuing to grow their collections. For those who might just love the pottery, this is a great opportunity to get a jumpstart on shopping for the holidays, giving the special people in your life a gift as unique and on-of-a-kind as they are.
This year's artists will be announced soon. Stay tuned.
The Friday Preview Reception is a ticketed event.
The Saturday and Sunday Show and Sale is a free event and open to the public.
Stay on top of the latest Pottery on the Hill news over on our Facebook page.
In this intimate hands on workshop (limited to 11 students) we will explore the relationship between your pottery forms and their finished surface using slips glazes with brushwork. Workshop information will be available soon at the John C Campbell Folk School web site.
Join The Village Potters and Michael Kline for this 1-day, demonstration workshop. Michael will present a variety of throwing demos and surface design techniques. These include forms such as mugs, yunomis, plates, bowls, and pitchers. Some of the surface design demonstrations will include brushwork, wax resist, Korean slip inlay techniques, and more.
Fee: $195 (20% off for The Village Potters students, must register by phone)
Register ONLINE at the Village Potters of Asheville website, here
Michael will be attending the 53rd Annual National Conference for the Education of Ceramic Art in Minneapolis, MN. Specific demos and other events will be listed here as the times become available. Stay tuned. ;-)
Thursday Michael will be doing a inlay demonstration for MKM Pottery Tools, booth #600-602-604 times TBA
Thursday Michael will be doing a inlay demonstration for Mudtools, booth # 601-603-605
Wednesday and Friday morning, Michael will be making pots at the Northern Clay Center Make-in Studio. Click this link for more information.