A two-day workshop on the 17th and 18th of December
Using the shellac resist technique is an excellent way to create raised surfaces to delineate patterns and shapes on the surface of your object. This technique works by painting a shellac solution onto the surface of a dry piece, then after the shellac has dried, we wipe the surface of the form with a damp sponge. This two-day workshop is suitable for absolute beginners and those with prior ceramic experience. We will start with a comprehensive introduction, then create sketches of the object and the patterns we use. In this workshop, the participants will get to know the technique in person, understand it, and learn the critical aspects of the process by combining 3 levels in their piece and decorating it with engobe.
150 € (taxes are included)
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