The fourth open workshop
In the fourth Terakota workshop we worked with wood textures (branches, sections, bark)
Participants created prints for the database of textures and the prints
that will be designed so that they can serve as a ceramics tools.
Each student created an object inspired by a form from the nature
with wood texture applied on it.
Soil and wood are inseparable, so the clay welcomes cellulose – if joined, they can form a new material. Wood/cellulose we may find in the paper, material ubiquitous in our everyday life.
At the end of this workshop everyone created a sample of paper from wood pulp found in the woods and recycled paper.