About the Course
These courses offer the student at any level an opportunity to learn and explore a variety of ceramic techniques including handbuilding and throwing on the potter's wheel. Students can work with and explore different clays, including stoneware and porcelain. Our selection of glazes is unsurpassed. We fire cone 10 reduction and raku. No clay from the outside is allowed. Clay is available for purchase from the studio. Limit 100lbs clay per session. Students may enroll in only one ceramics class per session. Note: New students (new to ceramics or Sharon Art Studio) must attend the first three classes.
Susan Gold became interested in wheel thrown Ceramics in college and attended the summer program at Alfred University where she studied with Daniel Rhodes and Val Cushing. She received a Single Subject Teaching Credential in Visual Arts in 1978 and a MA in Creative Arts Education in 1987 from San Francisco State University. Since then, she has been teaching art both in the schools and the community. She has been a ceramics studio assistant at Sharon Arts since 2005 and has taught youth Ceramics classes since 2011. She shows her work at the San Francisco Woman�s Art Gallery.