Sgraffito is the process of scratching through a layer of underglaze or colored slip on unfired clay to reveal the color layered beneath. The striking results can be compared to graphic images found on woodcuts.
This 2-hour workshop will break down the sgraffito steps to introduce potters to the technique.
Students are asked to bring with them a few leather hard pieces that have not yet been fired. Underlazes and tools will be provided by SCCA and the instructor. Students area also encouraged to bring in drawings and ideas to apply to their pieces.
WHAT YOU GET:
2-hours of sgraffito instruction
1 free open studio session to be used prior to the workshop to create your pieces. This free session expires the day of the workshop.
All supplies need for class in the studio: sgraffito tools, tracing paper, underglazes
Firing of pieces created in workshop.
Student minimum: 3; maximum: 8