All Levels 1 day
This fun and inspired workshop teaches the simple sculptural techniques of knotting through the process of starting
a small bowl form. Information covered includes how to begin, increasing and decreasing the core, adding and subtracting colors, and methods to finish. You will also learn creative ways to add patterns, textures and embellishments to make it your own unique vision! See Kate’s knotted work in the Craft Alliance exhibition Current Profile, January 11-March 17, 2019.
Kate Anderson, formally trained as a painter, began knotting in 1996 after a workshop at Craft Alliance. Her knotted teapots reference the work of images from the pop era and mid-century cultural icons. Over the past 36 years, she has had extensive professional experience as a gallery director, curator, juror, panelist and workshop leader. Her work can be
found in numerous private and public collections including the Philadelphia Art Museum, Museum of Fine Art, Boston, Minnesota Museum of American Art, Racine Art Museum, and Muskegon Art Museum, MI.
$106 | members
$125 | non-members
$10 | materials + lab fee