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NEW! TEENS CLAY HANDBUILDING

This class will explore cool molds, texture, glazing, and underglaze application techniques.  Class includes available glaze and kiln firing.  


CLAY HANDBUILDING/OPEN STUDIO

Open studio is for participants who have clay hand-building experience. Must be able to work without instructor guidance. Includes: studio time (8 hours), available glaze, and kiln firing. Please bring clay that fires to cone 6. 


CLAY HANDBUILDING/ALL LEVELS

 This class will explore slump molds, drape molds, texture, glazing, and underglaze application techniques. Class includes studio time (8hrs), available glaze, and kiln firing. 

 

CLAY SOMETHING

Learn the fundamentals of coiling. Explore the additive and subtractive methods of surface design as well as important dos and don'ts of glazing.


HOT GLASS

Learn to pair beautiful colored, stained glass together to fuse into one-of-a-kind artwork. NO CLASS- June 19th and July 4th. Instructed by Robert Peterson.


MOSAICS

Go ahead and break something! Mosaic art is the process of embedding objects onto a surface, using glass, ceramic tile, found objects, and jewelry. 


ORIENTAL BRUSH PAINTING/SUMI-E

Bring nature to life and express the essence of a painting with the beauty and grace of simple brush strokes. 


PAINTING/OPEN STUDIO

Connect with other artists and enjoy open studio time. Painting experience is required and the ability to work independently without an instructor. 

 

POTTERY ON THE WHEEL/OPEN STUDIO

Open studio is for participants who have pottery on the wheel experience. Must be able to work without instructor guidance. Includes studio time (8 hours), available glaze, and kiln firing. 

 

QUILTING OPEN STUDIO

Experience required and ability to work without an instructor.

 

SEWING/OPEN STUDIO 

Open studio for those who can work without the guidance of an instructor.  Sewing machines are available.

 

STAINED GLASS/ALL LEVELS

All levels are welcome! Beginning projects include glass cutting, copper foiling techniques, lead caming, and soldering.