with Maureen McLeod
Feb 2-4, 2018 9:30am-4:00pm
All levels of experience
$200/student, $35 supply fee
Contact Maureen at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 386-259-3115 for details or to sign up
1.Presentation of the history of Paper Clay and the rebirth of this
clay material today.
2. Covering the basics of using clay by rolling coils, pinching and
forming the material and rolling out slabs of clay.
3.Have students do a basic drawing of their concept for design.
4.Teach students how to build an armature to support their sculptural piece.
5.Begin building on armature.
6.Learn about details of textures and different markings in clay and
the movement of the material.
7.The sculpture will be exposed to air and sunshine for continual
drying as one works.
8.When the work is dry it will be sealed with a waterproof sealer several times.
9.Final work will be painted or stained and ready to take home.
Short-Term Class in the studio and outside
Fri, Jan 26, 1-4pm and Sun, Jan 28, all day
$10 supply fee
Need a minimum of 4 students to hold the class
Contact Susie Means email@example.com or 317.498.1202
The class will also gather on Friday, January 26, 1-4pm to glaze pieces and to learn more about the process prior to the Sunday event.
Make your pots out of Raku-type clay that can withstand the shock of fast-rising irregular heat. Make them a bit thicker than usual and please don’t make them larger than 9” x 9” x 9”. You can bring up to 3 pieces. They need to be bisque fired when you come to the Friday Class Session. Visitors are welcome anytime Sunday, but would love to have you come to the unveiling Sunday at 5pm.
Susie Means has a great deal of PIT FIRING experience and will make this a wonderful new experience for our Clay Studio. Please call her to register.
with Kenneth Nusbaum, Professor in the Biology Dept at Stetson University
For more details or to sign up
contact Margaret Anglin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-252-5726
Class on Saturday, Feb 10 is 3 hours (10am-1pm) and costs $30.
Happy Painting! Ruth