New Classes
for 2021

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Throwing on the
Potters Wheel

Option 1:

Skill level: Beginners and Advanced beginners

Seven Thursday mornings 9:30-11:30

Dates: Sept.16 - Oct 28

Instructor: Tim Scull

Tuition: $335, firing fees not included

Option 2:

Skill level: Beginners and Advanced beginners

Seven Saturday mornings 9:30-11:30

Dates: Sept. 18- Oct. 30

Instructor: Abigail Jensen, Tim Scull sub 9/18

Tuition: $335, firing fees not included

Option 3:

Skill level: Beginners and Advanced beginners

Seven Friday evenings 7:00p.m.-9:00p.m

Dates: Sept. 17- Oct. 29

Instructor: Tim Scull

Tuition: $335, firing fees not included

If you have ever dreamed of working with clay or are eager to return to clay, this is a great opportunity to get dirty, creative and have a blast. Beginner forms like, tea bowls, cup, mugs, soup bowls and plates will be covered in detail in this beginner class.

A 25 pound bag of clay is included in this class.

Advancing on the Potters Wheel

Skill level: Intermediates

Six Thursday evenings 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

Dates:Sept 16-Oct. 28

Instructor: Tim Scull

Tuition: $335  firing fees not included

This is a terrific opportunity to study with a man of 30+ years

of experience in teaching and firing. . Tim is renown for the

immense variety of firing techniques he has embraced for

decades.

The focus of this class is to advance the students confidence

in techniques allowing he/she to advance into more advanced

throwing and forms.Students will have access to CCW

countless beautiful cone 10-11 reduction glazes. All students

will have the opportunity to participate in a wood firing as well

as gas/ reduction firing.

A 25 pound bag of clay is included in this class.

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Animal Sculptures

Skill level: Beginners 

Seven Thursday evenings 7:00p.m. - 9:00p.m.

Dates: Sept. 16 - Oct. 28

Instructor: Cheryl Kornegay

Tuition: $335, firing fees not included

Learn to sculpt animals using the hollowing out method. Animals are sculpted from solid clay, cut, hollowed out and then reassembled. You’ll learn to sculpt smaller pieces with no armatures and larger animals using an armature you build yourself from items bought at the hardware store.

We’ll talk about whimsical versus more anatomically correct approaches, how to calculate proportion and tricks to give more expression to your critters! We’ll talk about animals that are garden sculptures or garden totems.

We’ll learn what a maquette is and how to use it. Above all, we’ll have fun learning about animal sculpture planning,

assembling, hollowing, cutting, reassembling and the all important “how

do I glaze and fire this” question.

A 25 pound bag of clay is included in this class.

Student Bench Time:

when classes are not in session.

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 9:00a.m. - 10:00p.m

 

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