My first steps into the world of ceramics were more a coincidence than a true calling when my friend suggested we should give it a try. I started with a two day beginners course in ceramics almost a decade ago. I realized working with clay is a complex and complicated affair but also a perfect way to express my newly discovered creative potential. I soon realized I needed more knowledge, training, practice and experience if I wanted to make anything at least remotely to my liking. So off to school I went. After a long and thorough search I found Zvonko and his School of Ceramics and he was my mentor for the next four years. Together with my classmates we not only learnt, created, made trials and learnt by mistakes, but we also became good friends.
During summer breaks, I attended many special ceramic courses, such as mosaic, ceramic jewelry, raku, paper clay, large ceramic form, etc. Courses took place in Zvonko's old and…
- Joined January 23, 2011