Date(s) - 04/Nov/2016 - 06/Nov/2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Gladstone Clayworks Coop
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See the full poster for this event The Workshops Committee in conjunction with The Ottawa Guild of Potters is pleased to announce an exciting workshop in November this year. Lindsay Anderson will delight us with his award-winning construction and decorating techniques. As a hand-builder, Lindsay will demonstrate several construction and altering techniques and instruct participants on how to make underglazes and slips. The poster is attached with the details about the workshop. The workshop will be held November 4, 5, and 6, 2016 at the Gladstone Clayworks. Even if you can’t participate, check out the poster to find more about Lindsay and the Visual Arts Centre of Clarington. The workshop is entitled: “Big, Bold & Bright or Small, Smart & Just Right.” We hope that 13 lucky participants can join us in November for this special weekend. All you have to do is email email@example.com and state your interest or request more information and instructions for registration will follow.
At this time we would also like to announce a Workshop that is coming up in February. Janet Keefe will present a workshop entitled: The Best In Slow: The Considered art of Coiling.
Lindsay Anderson studied art at the Balfour Technical School and pottery under Don Chester and
Helen Rogers at the University of Regina. He worked as a studio technical in the Ceramics
Department of the university from 1982 to 1990, and continued on to teach ceramics for the City
of Regina for two years. Since 2012, Anderson is an instructor at the Visual Arts Center of
Clarington in Bowmanville, Ontario.
Anderson’s works focus primarily on functional ware, with sculptural elements incorporated into
the pieces. The majority of his pottery is functional porcelain and hand built raku, where he uses
a combination of underglaze, slips, metallic luster and crackle glazes.
Anderson has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and international,
and his work is included in several private and public collections in Canada. His distinctive work
has received numerous awards throughout his career. Anderson lives in Cobourg, Ontario.