Clay Classes

About the Instructor

Elizabeth Kendall is a nationally recognized ceramic artist. Her vessels, sculptures and installations have been exhibited in national and international venues 

She has been a featured artist and contributing author for a variety of publications including: Ceramics Monthly, Pottery Making Illustrated, Clay Times, and Studio Potter. Her work has also been featured in Lark Publications 500 Cups and 500 Pitchers. 

Beginning Wheel

Eight Week Class

$300

Thursdays 10-12:30

Ages: 16+

In this 8-week class students will learn about the properties of clay and glaze materials.  Through discussion, demonstration and hands-on we will explore how the material moves and how to control it.  Focus will be on bowl forms, and throwing off the hump.  Personal style and glaze application solutions will also be introduced.  Class fee includes one bag of clay.

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Handbuilding

Eight Week Class

$300

Thursdays 10-12:30

Ages: 16+

In this 8-week class students will learn about the properties of clay and glaze materials.  Through discussion, demonstration and hands-on we will explore how the material moves and how to control it.  Focus will be on bowl forms, and throwing off the hump.  Personal style and glaze application solutions will also be introduced.  Class fee includes one bag of clay.

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Try It!

Two 2-hour sessions: $100

 

During this class you will have a chance to experience all the stages of throwing at the wheel: centering, throwing, trimming and surface decoration. Finished work will be fired and ready for pick shortly after the last class.

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2-hour session $50.00

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Two three-hour sessions

$100

Ages 16+

 

Join ceramic artist Elizabeth Kendall to learn new surface decoration techniques.  During these two sessions students will explore a variety of methods for applying glazes and underglazes on both bisque and greenware. Including mishima, sgraffito, wax and latex resist, and ceramic decals, stencils and silkscreening.  We will also discuss aesthetic decision making and developing your own personal voice. Class fee includes one bisque and one glaze firing. Students are expected to bring 3-5 leather-hard vessels to first class.

 

Click here for a list of recommended supplies.

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