photo by Ted Rowley
Garden Workshop: June 21 to 24 from 10-1. Glazing: July 21 from 10-1
Large fanciful planters, garden seats, birdbaths, fountains or sculpture can be built with large coils, slabs, or thrown on the potter’s wheel. The class is appropriate for anyone who likes to work boldly. Adults and children are welcome.
$250 (50 pounds of clay included. Extra clay @ $40 for 10 pound log.)
Clay for Young Children: July 15 from 11 to 12. Glazing: July 15 from 11-12
Children will make planters from a form or free with coils of clay. If they are inspired to fashion a container they may and even put an animal on the lid.
August Workshop: August 2-27. from 10-4 weekdays and open studio.This is the most exciting class of the summer, an intensive workshop for advanced potters and sculptors in clay as well as beginners. It is especially adapted for artists without previous experience in clay.. There will be demonstrations on the potter’s wheel and frequent consultations. Students will have the use of reduction and electric kilns. $1900 includes up to 2 machine loads of clay, about 400 pounds. Students make their own clay, can even invent a clay body (with help). They make glazes and work with stacking and firing the kilns.
It is possible to take a half workshop for $950
Raku Workshop: August 16,17, glaze and firing: August 23 and 24. It’s possible we will need an extra day for firing. This workshop is led by Kim L’Heureux who has developed excellent techniques for raku firing over many years. $250 includes up to 8 pieces $20 for each extra piece.
More details about August and Raku workshops on request.
Please register in advance.
There are some restrictions due to covid fears. Also some workshops may be added on special requests