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Glass and Clay Geodes in Findings and Jewelry

Glass and Clay Geodes in Findings and Jewelry

Classes

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Halloween in Jewelry and Findings

Halloween in Jewelry and Findings

 

Upcoming Events

 
 
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Fall Term Clay Classes

Children's Clay Class will begin the fall session September 16th. $95.00  Children entering 2nd grade and up. The class meets on Mondays, 4:00 - 5:15 pm for 8 weeks. Class is full.

Middle/High School Clay Class for students in grades 6 through 12 will begin the fall session September 16th. This class will focus on handbuilding, beginning design theory, and beginning wheel work. Class meets on Mondays, 5:30 pm to 6:45 pm for 8 weeks and is $95.00. Class is full.

Adult Handbuilding Class - If you are interested in an adult handbuilding class and have at least 3 people who will be registering, contact me and we’ll schedule a class. This is a 6 week class that focuses on different ways of creating with slabs.


 
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Ornament Class

November 9th and 16th - 10 am to 11:30 am

Come get a head start on Christmas! Join us as we make 4 to 5 ceramic ornaments in the first session and then glaze them in the second. All supplies included!

$35 for the first person in a family, $10 for each additional family member.
Children under 12 need to be registered with an adult. Registration begins October 19th.

 
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Kids’ Fused Glass Pendant Class

December 6th - 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Kids and 8 and up will make two fused glass pendants to give as gifts or to keep! Pendants will be available for pickup the weekend of December 14th/15th.

$35 per person, limit of 8. Registration begins November 15th.

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About

Living in the Pacific Northwest, I’m inspired by the Douglas Fir and Big Leaf Maple forests, the gardens and pastures of our small farm, the nearby coastline and beaches. I work at recreating and reimagining the textures, colors, and patterns around me.

My work uses many types of clay - earthenware, terra cotta, stoneware, and porcelain, along with glass, oxides, stains, and many different glazes, all layered in ever changing combinations. The main method of firing is in an electric kiln with raku adventures as weather allows.

With a BFA and MA in Art Education from Arizona State University and over 20 years experience teaching students ranging in age from toddlers to seniors, I teach classes focusing on building ceramic skills and knowledge and then creating ones own style.

I hope you find something here that inspires you!

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