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Utah Symposium '02 - Day 2

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On day 2, I attended the Steve Sinner presentation for the first rotation

Steve, a Chicago area artist, does deep hollow vessels with unique surface decoration

Steve showed his homebuilt hollowing system

His hollowing bar is much different than the traditional outrigger types

Steve chucks up a vessel for hollowing

After the coarse hollowing, Steve sheds his smock (very hot weather) and ...

sets up a demo of his home built laser wall thickness measuring system

Steve finishes with a clever idea for checking contour smoothness

On the next rotation, I saw Jimmy Clowes doing his design workshop

Jimmy explains that most pleasing designs have their roots in catenary shapes

The design workshop was well attended, filling the bleachers and out the door

Jimmy puts the finishing touches on a demo bowl

He then covers the concepts of leading the eye with colors and contours

Jimmy colors the bowl and then creates a gradient

Some finish sanding on the inside followed by the finish

The coloration draws your focus right to the inside edge and then inside

       
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Photos by Kurt Hertzog (6/02)
     

 


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