Instructor

KATHY

Kathy fell in love with pottery when a clay whistle she made worked on the first try. Ever since she has shared this facination with others through her clay art and teaching. When asked what excites her about teaching pottery she said, "Clay is the kind of medium that brings out the kid in all of us! You don't have to be an artist when working with clay-it's so relaxing and familiar."

Instructor

Ron

Instructor

PEG

RON

Peg enjoys working in clay whether it's on the wheel or by hand. Making pottery gives her a sense of peace and accomplishment. Clay has become both a restful hobby and stress reliever for her. She loves trying new glazing techniques and sharing these discoveries with everyone. Peg has over 13 years of experience in pottery and is a natural born teacher.

Ron enjoys working with clay and finds the technical side of the medium to be fascinating. The challenge of learning new techniques as well as working with colors and different surface textures are what draw him to pottery. He enjoys making pieces that are not only attractive, but functional. Ron is a retired high school art teacher with 37 years of teaching experience.

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Instructor

MARY

Mary finds throwing functional pieces on the wheel to be one of the best things about working in clay. She loves creating one-of-a-kind pottery pieces and giving them away as gifts and keepsakes to friends and family. Her journey in clay has brought with it a new self awareness and excitement that inspires not only her, but others around her to pursue a passion for pottery.

Instructor

ANNA

Instructor

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Anna is a 2012 graduate of Central MIchigan University with a BFA in Graphic Design. She discovered ceramics only two years before graduation and was instantly hooked. She is a utilitarian pottery who loves throwing functional ware on the pottery wheel, and loves the challenge of production pottery. Her journey in clay has exposed her to a wide range of firing techniques, such as woodfire, soda fire, raku, pit fire, high fire reduction and midrange oxidation.

CINDY

For Cindy, time can disappear when she works with clay. She loves the feeling of being off the clock! Wheel throwing is her favorite method of working in clay, but finds handbuilding can also have it's own excitement. Cindy enjoys creating functional pieces for her home and for the studio. She also loves to create new glaze layering techniques to give her work that extra pizzaz!

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