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Ghost Ranch Workshop 2021:  Sharon Brush presenting 
Vessel as Sculpture

Ghost Ranch Retreat Center, Abiquiu, New Mexico
A 3-day Workshop, Thursday through Saturday, August 19-21, 2021

Registration is full.  We are offering one scholarship.  Apply for scholarship here.

This year we invite you to come together at the historic Ghost Ranch Retreat Center, nestled within the stark desert landscapes of Abiquiu New Mexico, in community with fellow ceramic artists to share ideas and learn from this year's presenter, Sharon Brush.   Gather with us at Ghost Ranch's Pinon Pottery Studio for three days of intensive exploration of ceramic vessel forms.   

New Mexico Department of Health protocols for Covid19 safety will be observed. These may include travel restrictions for visitors from out of state.  Read current directives here.  

Ghost Ranch Pinon Pottery Workshop

The Vessel as Sculpture

Sharon invites us:  

In this workshop we will be exploring the vast sculptural potential of the vessel form.  Participants will be asked to push both their technical abilities and their thought processes in order to create a unique vessel that truly makes a personal statement.  During the course of the three days, Sharon will give demonstrations of building techniques, work with students one on one, and lead them on short thought exercises to stimulate ideas.

For more details about the workshop:  costs, accommodations and schedule.

Event is full.  Waitlist open.  To apply for waitlist, go to this link:

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Sharon Brush Vessel

About Sharon

Sharon Brush has been a ceramic artist for over 30 years. She received her MFA in ceramics from Rhode Island School of Design and her BFA in ceramics from the State University of New York at New Paltz. In 1999 she was awarded an artist residency at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, Montana where she received a one year Myre Fellowship.

Sharon has exhibited her work in exhibitions and art festivals across the country, and garnered numerous awards along the way. Her work has been placed in public collections, including the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, The Crate and Barrel Corporation in Northbrook, IL, Priority One Services in Alexandria, VA, the Salina Community Art Collection in Salina KS and the Arrow Electronics Corporation corporate art collection in Denver, CO, as well as in numerous private collections across the U.S.

Sharon is a full-time studio artist living in Santa Fe, New Mexico.



More details about workshops, registration and accommodation costs, and easy sign up can be found on the NMPCA website at www.nmpotters.orgThis event registration.


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