Nan Roche is fun, smart, and I have a wonderful time playing clay with her.
We are teaching in West Virginia at the Train Station in Shepherdstown. It is a quaint little college town with boatloads of history and the Appalachian trail close by.
I love this part of the country and September should be gorgeous.
This is small and intimate class of 15
We have some spaces left.
With Nan Roche and Marie Segal, September 2016 for the Shepherdstown Mixed Media Group.
Two days, two teachers, too much fun.
“Nan and Marie have taught a couple of classes together. They have found that they love collaborating and they bring a lot of combined knowledge to the classes they have done.
Translucent clay is very versatile and can look like Millefiori glass with many layers, if handled carefully.
In this class we will explore the many treatments of translucent clay with caning, layering, andClay “fabrics”.
The first day we will work on many caning techniques, layered canes, and cane sheet work(fabrics).
The second day we will concentrate on construction and fabrication with our canes and sheets, giving you insight to into jewelry fabrication, wall pieces, bowls, and other kinds of pieces, as well.
The clay will be supplied by the
PO Box 460598
Escondido, CA 92046
Bring a basic tool kit- clean pasta machine, clean blade, wet ones or wipes, plastic deli sheets,
Circle cutters large and small,
Teardrop cutters large and small,
Needle tool or thin double ended knitting needle
Where: Shepherdstown Train Station
100 Audrey Engle Drive
Shepherdstown, West Virginia
When: Friday, September 23, 2016
10 AM to 5 PM
Saturday, September 24, 2016
10 AM to 4 PM
Cost: $225 for both days.
Make check payable to MFJ Designs mail to MFJ Designs, 5423Shepherdstown Pike, Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442 before August 15, 2016.
Visa and Master Card available. Call 304-876-1076.