London Potters invitation – Jitka Palmer surface decoration Master Class

London Potters have extended an invitation to Kent Potters members to the event below. Please contact them if interested.

Jitka Palmer
Surface Decoration
Master Class

Jitka Palmer’s work is figurative, narrative and expressive, inspired by stories and themes. She loves watching people, their body language and facial expressions and is always on the lookout for special moments and situations accompanying every human activity. Sketchbooks, books and CDs are used as a valuable collection of raw material with drawing and painting on clay surfaces being a pivot of her work. She particularly likes capturing the movement and energy of people in various activities like work, sport and music and loves the challenge of quick intuitive drawing without unnecessary detail.

Jitka draws upon personal experiences, past and present, reflecting the spontaneity of ordinary human life, making clay vessels and sculptures, painted with slips, oxides and stains. As a professional ceramicist she has exhibited in Britain, Europe and the USA. Her work is in private and public collections including Musee National de Ceramique, Paris and she particularly enjoys working to commission.

Dates: Friday 16 May 2014, 10am – 3pm (lunch 12-1pm)
Venue: Sutton College of Learning for Adults (SCOLA), St Nicholas Way,
Sutton, SM1 1EA (pottery room, 2nd floor)
Travel: 5-10 minute walk from Sutton Station, Brighton Road
Cost:  £55 per person (lunch, materials and firing are included in the cost of a ticket
but please bring your own tools and apron)
Enquiries: Fay De Winter, 117 Winchcombe Road, Carshalton, Surrey SM5 1RZ
M: 07761 840749 E: faydewinter@hotmail.com
Advance Booking Essential, Limited Spaces
London Potters Registered Charity No 1086355

Jitka Palmer: Surface Decoration Master Class
Please send a cheque made payable to SCOLA (enclose a SAE for return of your ticket or tick the box below to request an email ticket). Post to: Fay De Winter (address as above).

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By Ian Ramage