Friday, March 28, 2014

Create in Clay Class

This is a mask (about 20" long) by Kyle. It is in the greenware stage--drying but not yet fired. Hopefully I will get a finished photo because we are going to use some glass and dripping glaze techniques to highlight the emotion he is portraying in the piece. Kyle has taken several Create in Clay classes and I think he is a very talented young man. What I love about teaching these classes is the creativity that they bring out in every one who takes them. I think every person has a well of creativeness that they can tap into and clay is a great medium because it is not as intimidating as that piece of unmarked white paper or canvas. It practically begs you to touch it, mold it, make with it.

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