I will of course try to take pictures during the workshop, and I certainly hope to be able to share the results with you. From his website: "Kevin produces wood-fired functional stoneware with strong Asian and English roots. His work ranges from 4” teabowls to 48” vases. Kevin's pots are fired in a 450 cu. ft., 3 chamber combination anagama and noborigama kiln. Firings last 4 days, consuming approximately 5 cords of wood and firing 1200-1500 pots. The kiln is fired twice a year."
I am enamored with his artist statement, part of which is "Making pots will be an act of civil disobedience."
So, my fellow local potters, if you are available the weekend of March 13-14, I highly encourage you to join me for the Kevin Crowe workshop at Manassas Clay! I understand there are a few spots open, but space is limited, so you'll have to be quick!