Pottery class and workshop for Studio Potters, Jacksonville, Oregon

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Pottery class and workshop for Studio Potters, Jacksonville, Oregon

Pottery class and workshop, Jacksonville, Oregon: Raku glazing and firing, Throwing techniques, use of flexible metal ribs, stacking cylinders for large forms,Tar Paper pattern slab work, and other techniques of interest to participants to help realize their works in clay.  In this pottery class and workshop I will try to address your questions and hopefully increase your pottery knowledge so you can practice your craft and the highest level possible.

  • Dates: June 3, 2017
  • Location: Dodero Studio
  •  Pottery class and workshop- $250. – 6 people max.
  • Raku glaze preparation, application and firing:
  • Glaze calculation and materials
  • Use of glaze stains and oxides
  • Dipping-Spraying
  • Glaze trouble shooting; bring a glaze you are having problems with.
  • Kiln set up and firing
  • Throwing with ribs
  • Production studio organization and tips
  • Other areas of interest of participants
  • On line sales strategies
  • Shipping and Packing

John Dodero has worked with the Raku process since the early 1970’s and has run a production studio serving primarily the wholesale market producing thousands of pieces a year. John is known for his consistent output of high quality raku ceramics;  Also noted for  and his wide  range of vibrant colored glazes with consistent and distinct crazing patterns with carved and stamped accents.

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Contact for information or registration or reserve your spot on this page.

1 review for Pottery class and workshop for Studio Potters, Jacksonville, Oregon

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    Excellent workshop, John covers a lot more ground than just Raku glazing and firing. He touches on everything from studio setup to throwing techniques and focuses on the interests and needs of the participants. Ample time was allowed for questions and John was very open to sharing his obviously extensive knowledge. Highly recommended

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