Iznik Ceramic Course

Sibel Pekgoz
Art
£290.00
ceramic course

Course Dates:  Saturdays, 19th October –  14th December

Times: 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Fee: £290.00 (includes course materials except glazing and firing)

In this introductory course, students will first be introduced to the materials and their uses. After which they will be shown painting techniques in the Iznik style and start to design their own works for the class. Then they transfer their chosen design onto a ceramic surface. This will take the bulk of the term and at the end, the students will be firing their works which they can claim as their own impressions of the Iznik style.

All levels of ability and experience welcome.

All necessary materials will be provided for the course. There will be one glazing day per term and unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that pieces won’t be damaged in the kiln or survive the firing.

Course Features

  • Max Students15
  • Duration9 week
  • Skill levelall
  • LanguageEnglish - Turkish
  • Curriculum of Iznik Seramik Course

    In this introductory course students will first be introduced to the materials and their uses. After which they will be shown painting techniques in the Iznik style and start to design their own works for the class. Then they transfer their chosen design onto a ceramic surface. This will take the bulk of the term and at the end the students will be firing their works which they can claim as their own impressions of the Iznik style.

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Instructor

Sibel Pekgoz
Sibel Pekgoz

Sibel Pekgoz graduated from Gazi University in Ankara after studying Fine Arts. She worked for 12 years in the field of Ceramics and Glass Technology at Ankara Technical Institute. She exhibited ceramic and tile works on many themed projects and exhibitions. At the Ankara Technical Institute , she started working on glass bead and glass fusion by establishing the "Decorative Glass Workshop". In October of 2016 she moved to London. Here she makes traditional marbling art in her leisure time and works on individual tiles in the "Fired Treasures" ceramic studio. This year she is starting ceramics course programs with the Yunus Emre Institute in London.

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