Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley
Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley

Create Your Own Luminary with Annie Quigley

Regular price$300.00
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In this two-day workshop, Annie will lead participants through the process of creating their very own luminaries.  Participants will spend the first day creating 2-3 pots to be carved, whether on the wheel or at the hand-building table.  Extra attention will be paid to even wall thickness, forms that are best for pierced work, and best trimming practices.  Annie will end the day demonstrating how she prepares her pots for carving and participants will do the same.

On the second day, Annie will demonstrate her piercing technique.  Participants will spend the day carving simple designs first, then more complex and original patterns as their confidence grows.

Most participants will create 1-2 luminaries that are ready for the kiln. Many will have a luminary or two that they may continue carving and refining independently.

This workshop is for beginning to advanced participants who can throw or hand-build a cylinder 4” tall or larger.  While many materials will be provided including a bag of B-Mix Cone 5, students are encouraged to bring throwing, hand-building, and trimming tools.

Bisque firing is included for the pieces created in the workshop.
Still Life Studio // DTLA

588 Mateo St, Los Angeles, CA, 90013

This is a two-day workshop meeting on:

Saturday, March 9th, 2024 // 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, March 10th, 2024 // 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

 

Annie Quigley is a full time ceramic artist working out of her home studio in Los Angeles, California.  She graduated from NYU with a degree in Educational Theater, never imagining she would trade acting for clay. Annie was always a visual artist working with paint and pastels.  However, when she took a community ceramics class at age 29, she changed her career and life to dedicate herself to clay.  Annie Quigley’s work is distinctly lacy and delicate in appearance.  She uses nature and architecture to influence her designs.  Once she has created a pot on the wheel, she pierces the clay allowing her forms to suspend in air.   Recently, her work has delved into Art Nouveau designs with added leaves and ornamentation to contrast with carved elements. Annie’s work has been shown nationally (San Angelo Museum of Art, TX; Sausalito Art Show, CA; Cherry Creek Arts Show, CO; Beverly Hills Art Show, CA; Art Resources Gallery, MI;) and has won awards (best in show at The Beatrice Woods Gallery, Ojai; Curator’s Choice at Redlodge Clay Center, MT; 1st Place in Ceramics, BH Art Show.)

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By enrolling in a class or workshop, you are acknowledging that you have read and understand the safety instructions and liability waiver.

Cancellations made 4 or more days before the start of the class will be refunded. For cancellations made fewer than 4 full days, but more than 24 hours before the start time, a 50% refund or 50% credit toward another class or workshop will be issued. We cannot provide refunds or credits for cancellations or rescheduling requests made fewer than 24 hours before the start time of class, if you miss your class, or arrive too late to participate.


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