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Exploring Alcohol Ink

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

A new type of drawing beyond the typical pencils, charcoal and pastels . . . we’re using Alcohol Inks. You’ll be creating and experimenting with these inks to create landscape, floral and abstract images, whatever you desire. We’ll begin with learning how to use the inks, how to create a…

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Acrylic Pouring

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Bring your imagination to a creatively fun, one-night workshop. We will explore how acrylics react to different mediums and substrates. You’ll be creating your own palettes while learning how the pouring medium reacts to the acrylics, forcing the medium to grow and produce a vibrant and colorful piece of art.…

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Macrame Plant Hanger

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Macrame is back and better than ever! During this in person workshop attendees will learn basic macrame stitches to create their own Macrame Plant Hanger. The instructor will lead the class step by step through every stitch, there is no experience necessary. All levels are welcome!  For Beginners. No macrame…

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Family Fun Glass Fusion

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Great for beginners and a fun night out with friends and family, try your hand at Glass Fusion! In this mini workshop, you will learn how to cut glass and properly lay out a pattern using a variety of colored glass, frit, and stingers to create a one-of- a kind…

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Glassline Pendants

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Have fun creating wearable glass pendants using glass line paint! This fusible glass paint is a great product for kiln formed glass. Choose from our butterfly patterns to make your beautiful pendant.

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Stacking Rings

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Have a fun Friday night making your own beautiful set of stacking rings! During this workshop, everyone will learn how to size and solder sterling silver as well as gold-filled wire to create 2-3 rings. One ring will include a cabochon setting!

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Horse Hair

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Horsehair pottery is an ancient form of art. As the name suggests, this pottery is decorated with the use of the horsehair. But, other materials like feathers and dog hair can be used to create designs. The hair and/or feathers are placed on the exterior of the red hot pot…

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Saggar

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

This workshop will cover all aspects of saggar firing as an alternative firing process. The time will be spent preparing bisqued (once fired) work for the foil saggar process. All materials will be provided, and student can purchase additional pots for $20. Barbara Powell will share what she has learned…

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Raku

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

In this one-evening event, each student will glaze their own pot with a unique raku glaze. Participants will have the opportunity to pull or witness their red hot pots being taken from the raku kiln. Pots are then placed into the reduction chamber with combustibles. Participants will be able to…

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Shibori

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October 7 @ 8:46 am

Shibori is the ancient Japanese technique of creating patterns by binding, stitching, folding and twisting fabric during the dyeing process. Students will learn some basic traditional techniques such as Kumo and Itajime using commonly available commercial dyes. Students will experiment on a set of tea towels and are welcome to…

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