These student’s works are from visiting professor Shawn O’Connor’s Ceramics I class, spring 2012.
"In this course students learned basic hand building skills such as, coiling, pinch, and slab construction. They where also exposed to various ways to finish the surface as well as a variety of firing techniques. Through various assignments student’s, created pieces of there own design. One project that particularly challenged students with creative problem solving was "Improbable Evolution". A project in where students where given two objects which they has to sculpt in clay and create a series of steps depicting how one object would evolving into the other. Other projects included an eighteen inch coil sculpture, a slab constructed container, and a final personal focus project, where students where able to use there accrued skills to create something of interest to them." - Shawn O'Connor.