Dianne Husson worked with student’s of Norfolk’s Emerging Leaders Program during the summer of 2008 (the first year of the summer program).

They used all-weather, durable stoneware and specially formulated architectural and sculpture grade clays fired to Cone 6 (2200 degrees F) and various underglazes to color the clay, seal and glaze.

Slabs were rolled and placed on boards. Diane then sculpted the designs. Students helped rough the design in under Diane’s close supervision. The clay was then dried, colored, glazed and fired twice.

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