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INSTRUCTORS

Clay Artists

Sue Stelzmann

​Building with clay is my passion.  There is always something new to learn.  I can help you express your ideas in clay or am available for consultations on building your own studio.

 

  • Slab construction techniques

  • Tile and mosaic installation

  • Large scale sculptures

  • Non functional ceramic objects

  • Studio development

 

Sue Stelzmann - Owner

Contact: 850-766-2157  suestelzmann@comcast.net

​I love working with all clay bodies utilizing various techniques and surface treatments. Building a relationship with any process takes time, patience, and understanding. My focus as an instructor is to make this process enjoyable as you accomplish your personal clay objectives.

  • Beginning Wheel

  • Advanced Wheel

  • Carving, glazing and underglaze surface techniques

Jocelyn Riedl

Contact: armoredbearfly@gmail.com

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Sarah Logan Beasley

For me, working with clay on the pottery wheel is a meditative escape from the busyness of life. It's also just plain fun to get your hands dirty and make something for yourself or to share with others. I will help you learn the basics of wheel throwing while exploring your creativity through clay in a relaxed environment.

Sarah Logan Beasley

Contact: sbeasley850@gmail.com

I love creating ceramics that put the fun in functionality! I dabble in both hand building and wheel throwing, often using underglazes and resists to decorate my pieces in intricate and hand-drawn layers. I also like to use my art to engage with my community, with designs invoking feminist and pro-mental-health ideals. Above all, I love that my pottery brings joy to those who see and use it.

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Jasmine Summer
Krishna Patel