HAND BUILDING BOTANICAL PRINT PLATTER WORKSHOP
Join Maine-based ceramic artist Kristen Camp, Owner of Campfire Studio in Westbrook, ME for a very special workshop at Squire Tarbox Inn. Spend the afternoon foraging in the woods for plants and botanicals. Kristen and her husband Joe will do a guided walk through the woods to the salt marsh. They will help identify a variety of foraging materials including native botanicals, ferns, twigs and flowers to collect for your creation. Kristen will demonstrate how to hand build the platter in the barn. Each participant will have an opportunity to make one platter, imprinting textured botanicals into their designs. Enjoy artisan pizzas with local ingredients by Joe Camp made in the clay oven. Beverages provided. Glasses of wine are available for purchase. Photos will be taken at the events and shared on social media. Class is limited to 20!
TICKETS: $150 each or 2 tickets for $125 each
About Kristen and Joe Camp
Campfire studio is a collaboration by the Camps; a husband and wife ceramic design team centered around creating a collection of ceramic heirlooms designed to inspire the art of entertaining. Their ethos is to create contemporary ceramic designs that bring people together- inside and outdoors. Campfire is not only their name, but a visual representation of their roots and brand identity. A campfire is the oldest art of human-gathering. It also symbolizes the outdoor environment where their Raku (Japanese-style ceramic process) is executed. Their goal is to share their love of travel, food and entertaining through their collection of high-end, handmade products.
The Campfire Studio has a shop located at The Black Box on Washington Ave. in Portland, Maine. Their art studio is located in the historic Dana Warp Mill in Westbrook.
Kristen and Joe have lovingly welcomed their newest member of Campfire Studio, Florence Camp!