Travel-Teaching Classes 2017

My first two travel-teaching classes for 2017 have been added to my Classes page on my website.

There are 2 spots left in the February intensive at my studio in Berkeley, California.

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The first travel-teaching class is the annual Tucson workshop which takes place on February 10-12, 2017, during the big gem show. This year the topic is structural carving, which means forming sculptural objects by subtraction, starting from a solid lump of clay.

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To sign up please contact Lyle Rayfield at: bdangled@dakotacom.net.

The second class is actually 2 separate back-to-back workshops in Lafayette, Louisiana. The first one is 3 days, on March 22-24, 2017. It covers preparing forms for chip and rock inlay. This class is almost full.

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The second one is on March 25-26, 2017. This workshop covers hand-forming and texturing vases and knobs, then coloring them patina-style.

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To sign up please contact Paula McDowell at: paulamcdowell@bellsouth.net, or lapmcguild@gmail.com, phone: 517.285.5523.


2 Responses to “Travel-Teaching Classes 2017”

  • Marlynda Taylor Says:

    Hi Hadar,
    Just wanted to tell you that these pieces are exquisite, especially the carves ones. Best of luck on your upcoming classes both near and far.
    M

  • Nancy Klockow Says:

    Already signed up at Lyle’s! Can’t wait to do this project!

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