Co- Teaching a workshop with Kyungmin Park at Penland School for Crafts in North Carolina
Lower Clay Summer Session 5
July 22-Aug 7 2018
During this co-teaching workshop, the primary focus will be on creating human figures, flora, and fauna with porcelain. Instructors will demonstrate various technical skills and processes to help students to achieve crisp, clean line and tight surfaces while they are working with porcelain. Students will explore different facial expressions and gestures in figurative sculptures and how each creature create different conceptual ideas and symbology in their own work. There will be a group and personal critiques at the end of the workshop. All levels.
Really exciting show for Ceramic Sculpture Culture Collective at Alma College. More Info to come!
Group show that I will be apart of at Fe Gallery, Really excited to show with such talented artist. Check out the webpage or IG page
1100 65th, Sacramento, CA, 95519
This is a big deal for me, because since I was in high school I wanted to show at this lovely gallery. I am really delighted to have a show at Grovewood Gallery and will be there for the opening. Come out and see my work
111 Grovewood, Rd, Asheville, NC 28804
Creatively Coming Together
So you’re are done with school, what’s next!? What are the challenges? Do you go to a residency? Do you go to graduate school? How do you make money and still maintain a studio practice? This panel is designed to help you understand all the possibilities after school and how to keep pushing to develop your art. In this panel Kevin will present his journey in clay and life as an educator, Travis will discuss the path to his current position as Programs Manager at Touchstone Center for Crafts, and Taylor will describe her practice of navigating the ins and outs of galleries, workshops, and staying connected. Although the three of us have traveled vastly different paths, we were brought together through a desire to build a community of like-minded individuals. We want to share the importance of developing a network outside of your personal practice and why we came together to start the Ceramic Sculpture Culture Collective.
City of Tampa Golding Art Student
522 N. Howard Ave
Contact Trish at 813-259-1687
hands on workshop for $150 for the workshop and $11.24 for 25lbs of clay
Sculpting in porcelain is not easy, especially when you work on delicate features such as figures and flowers. Join ceramic sculptor, Taylor Robenalt, for a two day workshop that will help you manipulate this fickle medium. All skill levels are invited to spend time learning how to create sculptures using solid, coil and slab construction. We will learn how to make a bust with a personal narrative and learn how to refine your porcelain surfaces using simple tools. The finishing process of using under glazes and CONE 6 glazes and lusters will also be taught. Students will explore ideas to create and discover personal metaphors in their work. In doing so, they can discover the meaning, content and power behind their art. An informal critique for each student will be held on the last day.
Really excited to be showing with Almost Circle Gallery. I am also going to be there for the opening on Friday Oct, 6 from 6-9 pm then having a weekend workshop at Ohr/O'Keefe Museum on how to sculpt with porcelain.
If you are in the Jacksonville, FL come out to the ceramics department at Jacksonville University to watch me give demos and a slide lecture.
I will have five cups showing at this great show. Check it out at www.charliecummingsgallery.com
This is Ceramic Sculpture Culture second show of the year. We are super excited to show at James May. Check out our work online or on Instagram.
James May Gallery
213 Steele St, Algoma, Wisconsin
I am co- teaching a workshop with Kyungmin Park at Odyssey Clayworks in Asheville Nc. Come learn some of our amazing skills in hand building with porcelain. Please contact Odyssey to sign up for the class.
5-Day Workshop With Kyungmin Park & Taylor Robenalt
Get ready to sculpt with porcelain professionally! All skill levels are invited to make porcelain sculpture with ceramic artists Kyungmin Park and Taylor Robenalt in this weeklong workshop. Kyungmin's primary focus will be on the human figure while Taylor will demonstrate the intricacies of constructing flora and fauna. Each artist brings a unique set of technical skills and finishing processes to the workshop. Get rid of those uneven surfaces and learn how to handle other technical problems in your porcelain work. You will achieve crisp lines and clean, tight surfaces with simple tools. You will also explore conceptual ideas and talk about the importance of facial expression and symbology in your work. Kyungmin and Taylor will personally meet with each student regarding their work and help them explore their ideas. There will be an informal critique at the end of the workshop. Come spend a unique and exciting week with the Porcelain Pros.
Date: May 22-29, Monday- Friday
Time: 9:30am- 4:30pm
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Tuition: $610 + $75 Lab Fee