Aaron Ashcraft is a creative force in the ceramics world. His work is full of personalty with his unique use of shape, texture, and design. In 2015, Ashcraft discovered the obvara firing technique, an alternative firing process that involves submerging hot pots into a brew of fermenting flour, yeast, sugar, and water. Of obvara, he says, "it has all but taken over my creative clay making."
Ashcraft is a charismatic and dynamic teacher. Don't miss this opportunity to see a creative master at work!
For more information about the obvara process, visit www.ashcraftpottery.com
Bring three bisqued pieces to fire. Demos, firing, and lunch are included.
$55 for members of Clay Arts, Utah, $65 for non-members.
Register at www.clayartsutah.com