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  • Troy Bungart Handmade Brush Workshop and Lecture, May 8-9
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    Rovin Ceramics

Troy Bungart Handmade Brush Workshop and Lecture, May 8-9

Troy Bungart Handmade Brush Workshop & Lecture

Rovin Ceramics is pleased to welcome artist Troy Bungart for a handmade brush workshop and artist lecture in May. Clear your calendar for this exciting and educational special event! 

Artist Lecture: Friday May 8th, 6:30pm

Rovin will be open late for this free event featuring artist Troy Bungart. Stop by, stock up and learn more about this great Michigan artist.

Cost: Free
Where: Rovin Ceramics, 253 Dino Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Brush Workshop: Saturday May 9th, 10am-3pm

Create your own one-of-kind brush in this hands-on workshop with brush maker and ceramicist Troy Bungart. Each participant will have the potential to make 4-5 brushes in the span of this one day workshop. Starting from the beginning we’ll gather hair and modify bamboo into handles. We’ll discuss how variations affect the mark-making and finish up by taking our new brushes out for a test drive.

“For me, a handmade brush is about more than just making marks.  A brush is functional art that represents potential. You need to put a handmade brush into motion to see what it can do. Let its form and grace become part of what you are doing.”

–Troy Bungart

Workshop Fee: $60
Fee includes all materials.

Where: Rovin Ceramics, 253 Dino Drive, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Space is limited. For reservations call 734-424-3345

About the Artist

Troy Bungart is a potter, artisan tool and brush maker working in Three Rivers, Michigan. Troy’s work is represented in several galleries including the Schaller Gallery, and the Lillstreet Art Center. He is a participant in the Michiana Pottery Tour and part of a community of wood-firing potters who support each other through the hard work of firing of each other’s kilns. Learn more about Troy by visiting his website, or following him on Instagram, @troybungart.


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