Summer Art Workshop
This is a post about the courtyard project undertaken at Miscoe Hill School in the spring and summer of 2007. This is the eleventh in a series of Legacy Posts about projects that happened early on in my art classroom. Recently I was able to tap into some archived photos that I thought had long ago disappeared. I’ve […]
Here I sit on a Friday afternoon with my feet up and my heart happy. I’m looking over the photos I barely had time to take during the Clay Every Day workshop that ran from 9-12 Monday through Friday this week. We had a lot of fun yet worked very hard. For the first 2 1/2 days we focused […]
I’m happy to report that for the second year in a row, the Clay Every Day summer workshop enrollment has reached capacity and we have to close registration at this time. Thank you, everyone, for your interest. I’m looking forward to greeting all of the clay artists in the Miscoe lobby on July 7!
Just a few openings remain for my Clay Every Day Summer Workshop. Enrollment is first come/first served and we are nearly full. Get your registrations in today!
In a blink of an eye. That is how quickly summer flew by. Trust me, I know that summer is not officially over until September 21, but let’s face it, the minute school is in session we lose the carefree feeling of summer. Not all at once, fortunately. Instead, it languishes like a tan that […]
We finished the projects and cleaned the room, and then this happened… (Click on the photo): Happy summer everyone!