Sarah Shore • 3
“I create through clay. I often play with surface textures by way of color or by relief. I rarely sketch out my ideas. I begin with a simple vision that may transform through a stream of consciousness as I work. I am influenced by cultures from around the world. Ceramics has a unique quality that leaves me with plenty of opportunities to explore ideas and forms. I have always had a desire to create. Throughout my life I have sought out ways to express myself. The discovery process can be just as fulfilling. I find each new piece teaches me something more about clay and about myself.
I moved from Iowa to San Antonio in 1987. I am currently a middle school art specialist with Northside ISD. I have been part of the On & Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour since 2010.”
San Antonio Potters Guild will participate in a workshop from 1 to 3 pm. Members will fire up mini popcorn can kilns to create smoky surfaces on their pottery piece. At 3pm the cans will be opened to reveal their results.
On Sunday, February 18, from 1 to 3pm, the San Antonio Potters Guild holds a workshop and demo. Members fire up mini popcorn can kilns to create smoky surfaces on their pottery piece. At 3pm the cans are opened to reveal the results.