Tom Bivins will be presenting a slideshow and talk, Thursday from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at the Idaho Art Lab in St. Anthony, Idaho. The following Saturday from 12 to 4 PM he will be demonstrating pottery making techniques on the potter’s wheel. All levels and people are welcome. There is no cost but a donation to the Idaho Art Lab would be very nice. All proceeds go directly to the Idaho Art Lab to help support the “Artist Residency” program.
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Thank you for your support over the past few months. My family and I are on the mend and in as good of shape as we can be. Yours truly is finally feeling a little urge to make artwork and pottery. Hopefully the fog over my creativity is lifting and once again the flow will be with me.
“One of the prime reasons why ceramics is such an interesting art is that it fills the gap which now yawns between art and life as most people understand their relationship.”
Philip Rawson, Author and artist of “Ceramics”
Thank you for all of your support over the two day pottery and art talk in Driggs this weekend. It meant a great deal to me. The positive feedback has been amazing. All of the best to everyone involved.
The workshop times and location for March 9th & 10th, are official. Friday, March 9th will be a slide show and talk from 6:30 to 7:30 PM at the Driggs, Idaho City Center on the corner of Main and Bates in the Senior Center room.
Saturday, March 10th, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM in the ceramics room at the Teton Arts Council building by the Driggs Airport.
The discussion and workshop will be about how to throw bigger pots on the pottery wheel. Those in attendance will discover the little known techniques, mindset and approach to making your pottery bigger. All levels welcome. Photo from the last time I was demonstrating pottery making at the TAC.
I am excited to present a pottery workshop on how to make your pottery bigger and easier for all levels of potters and pottery enthusiasts. Friday March 9th, at the Driggs City Center kicks off the event with a slide presentation and talk about how yours truly arrived at the place where pottery techniques, mindset and approach have come together and how you can use these to make creating pottery easier.
Saturday a pottery making demonstration from 11AM to 3PM will happen at the Teton Arts Council in Driggs, Idaho. The focus is on super sizing your pottery while making it easier to throw pots on a potters wheel using little known techniques and skills. There is no charge for the March 9th & 10th workshop. Just a request from me for you to donate what you can to the TAC kiln project that will be building a special kiln and roof complex this summer.