Mindfulness and Pottery with guest teacher Jeannie Cziesla
- This class has filled for this session. Please contact Faye to join the waitlist for the next session.
Combining the therapeutic nature of clay with mindfulness practices, students will create intentional pieces of pottery that reinforce and activate awareness of core values, hopes and dreams. Jeannie and Faye work together to design a curriculum and projects that integrate the art with mindfulness practices and concepts. These beautiful pieces can be displayed in your home where the intention is conveyed each time your art catches your eye.
We invite you to step into the creative journey of self healing.
Meets 8 Wednesdays
There are 9 spots, e-mail Faye to register.
Sept. 18th – Nov. 6th
You may arrive at 6:45 if you would like to make a cup of tea and get settled, we will begin class promptly at 7:00
At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; a wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and integrity.-Rachel Naomi Reman-
On Going Adult Pottery classes
The studio is small and cozy, there are 6 potters wheels, a large slab roller and an area for hand building. Tools, buckets, and huge array of decorating supples are all provided as well as a large selection of glazes and underglazes.
At this time all adult 101 pottery classes are full. You can contact Faye to be added to the waitlist but please expect a year or more wait.
Classes max out with 8 students, occasionally 9. Due to the nature of the medium it sometimes takes years to master. Consequently students do not give up their spot often.
Working with clay can be a magical therapeutic process.-faye-
Cost: $180 per month includes a free bag of clay with initial sign up. After all clay can be purchased from the studio for $25 for a 25 pound bag of clay. If outside clay is brought in then students must pay $15 to the studio in firing fees. Students are allowed two square feet of firing space per month. Extra is not encouraged but if necessary can be purchased.
In addition to learning wheel and hand building techniques students are required to help with glaze mixing, kiln loading, shelf preparation and general studio clean up.
Two on going classes to choose from
Monday night 7:00-9:30
Tuesday morning 10:00-1:00
Open studio hours
Tuesday 1:00-3:00, Wednesday 9:00-1:00, Thursday All day, Friday All day, Closed Saturday, Open all day Sunday
Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.-Pablo Picasso