Jason has been a Fine Arts Instructor at the College of Marin since 2013.
Incorporating the marks of the making process is a tactic I often use. Deliberate cuts, tears and combing patterns create a rhythm on the surfaces of my vessels and sculpture that directly relate to their overall form. Applied glazes often interact with the textural surfaces and conditions in the kiln. Atmospheric glazing, through wood or soda firing, adds additional layering and depth, with the intent to accentuate the forms and carved surfaces rather than simply cover them. I am most interested in the interplay between layers of process.
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