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Local artist Charlene Randolph has been working with ceramics for more than 20 years, and has picked up a number of awards and honors along the way. Let her provide a fun introduction to the world of functional art: • $39 ($80 value) for 2 weekday wheel-throwing lessons or hand-building classes • $20 for $40 to spend on beads or bead strands • Check out examples of some of Charlene's richly textured claywork The ClayGround Studio & Gallery's Website
Become a master of the potter’s wheel at ClayGround Studio and Gallery with our pottery classes. Our instructors will teach you how to make your own clay creations in a friendly and fun environment. Whether you are making some pottery for yourself, or gifting it for others, you’ll learn the essentials of this unique craft. Learn how to make jewelry, bowls, pots, tea sets and many other items. No matter what item you decide on, you’ll be proud to have made it yourself. Let ClayGround Studio and Gallery teach you how!
Besides a pottery wheel, the easiest way to manipulate clay is to threaten to rebury it in the dark, sandy hole where you found it. Make sure clay turns to putty in your hands with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $19 for one BYOB ceramics class (a $40 value) $35 for two BYOB ceramics classes (an $80 value) $65 for four BYOB ceramics classes (a $152 value) Available classes include wheel throwing and hand building, which imparts on students a variety of clay-shaping techniques, such as extrusion, slabbing, coiling, pinching, and roundhouse kicking. Pupils glaze stoneware with color coatings ...
As parents we know what it is to mold and shape, to work and reveal the beautiful potential within. Our kids can be like clay and, oddly enough they also like to play with the stuff. Sadly, for us -and our carpets- letting their little imaginations run wild with a lump of clay, on a "no school" day can spell disaster. How about rolling your little Rodin over to The ClayGround Studio & Gallery for some creative fun the next time school is out? The ClayGround Studio & Gallery in Ellicott City is offering to get your kids’ hands into the REAL stuff! This is a place that doesn't play with the "play" doh! They use the real stuff, mediums of the artist, the kind that has actually come out of the earth, and that can be fired into immortality to become a miss-shapenly whimsical fruit bowl centerpiece. And they can do that ALL during school closings, freeing your upholstery from harm's way! Bear in mind that there’s a fair demand for instruction in manhandling wet dirt, so be sure to jump on this awesome CertifiKid deal now and call to reserve your spot!
FIRED UP Make something that's one-of-a-kind you! Throw down some clay and get to work sculpting a one-of-a-kind piece in your intro ceramics class at The ClayGround Studio & Gallery. Come back to polish the piece and give it a gleaming glaze. You'll learn from the pros as they walk you through the basics of crafting your own piece of pottery. Already well-versed in hand-building and working the wheel? Don't sweat it! You can opt to stock up on natural gemstone beads and pearls at the gallery instead. Love what you see? The small staff, led by clay guru Charlene Randolph, will soon offer classes in chain mail jewelry, origami, kumihimo, polymer clay, knitting, crochet, basic bead stringing and more. Who knows? You might just be an everyday Donatello (the artist, not the turtle). PERFECT FOR First date Girls night Office drones needing a creative outlet
Sure, technology allows us to create all kinds of things from the comfort of a computer, but prepping for the kids' summer-long sandcastle construction zones and sidewalk-chalk portrait sessions has us yearning for more hands-on activities ourselves. Show your forlorn fingers that they're good for more than just mouse-clicks and keystrokes with a pottery class at The ClayGround Studio & Gallery. Here's the deal: 1) $20 for a two-hour BYOB wheel or hand-building pottery class or 2) $155 for a BYOB pottery party package for eight people Schedule your session: Call ahead to reserve a spot in one of The ClayGround's pottery classes — available until 6 p.m. most evenings — or to set up your eight-person party. All fired up: After you've crafted a creative sculpture, The ClayGround will fire your piece and have it ready for pickup a few days after your class or party. How can you Save? Learn how it works.
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