This class will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 to 7:30pm, in March. During this four week class we will explore different wheel thrown forms such as cups, bowls and plates and the playful world of forms that aren't quite sure what they are. We will play with altering thrown forms off the wheel and play with the organic shapes of beginner pottery. We will also delve into different methods of surfacing with studio glazes, slips and stains. Students will have the opportunity to create and finish their own ceramic mugs, bowls, plates etc. (both microwave and dishwasher safe) that they can use for years to come. Working with clay is a great reason to let go and play and see what your subconscious self has to express.
Join in this fun event and watch the excitement as potters fire their works in our outdoor raku kiln. The outcomes are always a surprise. Our showroom will be open and cozy. We will have $10 mystery gift bags and lots of beautiful works to purchase for that special Valentine! Snacks & More Find us behind High Country Printing on 1st street
Unlock the mysteries of clay and begin to play. In this four week beginners course we will dive into the concepts of centering clay on the wheel, wedging, trimming leather-hard clay, pulling and attaching handles, and basic glaze techniques. Find your new creative outlet to make your own functional art.
4 week introductory pottery class for beginner & intermediate learners. In this course, students will learn a variety of techniques for creating lidded vessels, jars, and attachments for wheel-thrown forms. Class fee includes a 25 pound bag of clay, glazes, and firing.
ABOUT: During the course of this four week session we will explore basic forms on the wheel as well as some beginner handbuilding techniques. We will also delve into different methods of surfacing with the studio glazes, slips and stains. Students will have the opportunity to create and finish their own ceramic mugs, bowls, plates, etc! Class fee includes 25 pound bag of clay, glazes, and firing. Class Fee: $200 Teacher: This class is taught by studio member Reina Skye. For questions, Reina can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 360-561-6802. To register click on "read more" button and go to link under "description " below the picture
We are excited to announce that we will be at "Picking In The Park" Thursday's 3rd, 10, 17th, & 24th in August, STARTING AT 6PM We will have Peaches and Ice Cream in Handmade bowls THAT YOU GET TO KEEP!!! Delicious Ice cream is from the wonderful local folks at "Third Bowl" and fresh, local, organic - and the best peaches ever from "First Fruits"! Look for our booth, support our fundraiser and enjoy a special treat while you enjoy some great music!!
ABOUT: WHEN: Wednesdays -- May 3, May 10, May 17, May 24 TIME: 6:30pm-8:30pm Class Fee: $100 Class limited to 10 participants WHERE: Paonia Clayworks, behind the print shop (end of Grand). In this 4-week class, we will go over all aspects of finding, harvesting, processing, throwing and firing your own wild clay objects. We’ll process multiple clays, including those brought in by students, plan and execute multiple test fires, and experiment with different permutations of the wild clay including clay blends, glazes, additives, slips, terra sigillata and pit-wood fire!
Summer Orr will teach a 4 week class series from March 6th to March 30th. Classes will be twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays from 6 to 8PM. The class will cover beginner and intermediate throwing, as well as surface decoration for thrown forms (sgraffito, inlay, and other techniques). Cost is $200 which includes 25# of clay, glazes, and firings. If you have questions, text Summer at 775.686.3653 or email email@example.com Register and pay for class at link below