Sunshine Cobb graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from California State University at Sacramento, in 2004. In 2010 she received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Ceramics from Utah State University, and in 2013 she was named as an emerging artist by both Ceramics Monthly magazine and the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. Sunshine is working as a potter and travels the country as a lecturing and demonstrating artist. She is currently focusing on functional ware, embracing the richness of red clay, and exploring the challenge of electric ring. She was a long term resident at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana (2012-2014) and is currently running a studio in Sacramento, California.
Sunshine’s workshop will motivate you to experiment with new and old forms and methods of construction. It is geared toward creative expansion and a process-over-product mentality certain to inspire beginners and advanced students alike. Participants are encouraged to use these various hand-building techniques within a progress-over-perfection approach to clay. Demonstrations will include coil and pinch methods and hard and soft slab construction to generate working clay components. She will also speak to building surface through the making process and discuss the glaze and surface treatment of her work.
Sunshine Cobb • Discovering the NEW in the OLD
August 4-6 • Tuition $290 • materials and supplies are additional
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