Day 1 Saturday 10th February 10am - 5pm
Day 2 Sunday 11th February 11am - 5pm
Kana London Studio
5 Gransden Avenue,
Judith Lasry is a French ceramicist working in Paris. She creates her ceramics with clay from Burgundy in a wild gesture, naive and primitive. She favours hand building, in particular all kinds of pinch pots. She also has an obsession with food and therefore has developed a range of ceramics for the table as well as random sets of vessels and unique pieces.
Functional or dysfunctional, she loves to explore all the perfects in imperfections.
She finds pleasure to use her hands to dig and tear and throw the clay, without mould or wheel.
This is a new approach in experimenting the world of ceramics and produces unique and wonderful pieces. We look now at ancient pottery and in particular those of primitive people, in which the quality of the material tells us the shape and pattern to adopt, with instinct. Today, we see this art trying to move forward, cutting from a past of traditional figurative ceramics.
Judith works with magnificent Chef Taku Sekine of Dersou, Paris and her work has been featured in New York Times and L’Officiel Paris
Workshop to be focused on hand building of very large pots with also elbow-hand building.
Begins Saturday, 10am, with coffee, an introduction and demonstration.
10am - 1pm Moulding and shaping, Pt.1
1pm - 230pm Lunch break
2.30pm - 5pm Moulding and shaping, Pt.2
11am - 2pm Decorating, light underglaze and spontaneous pattern
Followed by snacks and prossecco
Plus debriefing and hanging out until 5pm
Inclusive of clay, glaze/pigments, 2 firings, coffee, tea, juices, snacks and prossecco on goodbye.
To read more about Judith and what the class involves or to book tickets go Here