Adam Field has mastered ancient techniques to create his own work which radiates history through a clean and simple aesthtic.
"He'll join us at BKLYN CLAY for two days in March to demonstrate two of the techniques that define his practice. On Saturday he'll demonstrate Onggi (the traditional coil and paddle method used to make large Korean storage and fermentation jars) and on Sunday he'll demonstrate porcelain carving."
Available as a weekend or daily from $90.00
Saturday March 4 10am-4pm Onggi Demonstration
Sunday March 5 10am-4pm Porcelain Carving Demon
Details and enrollment at BKLYN CLAY