Course outline: The strongest form in nature is the sphere and in this workshop you’ll learn why, and how to make non-sphere forms just as strong. You’ll learn how to construct an internal architecture that prevents any shape from sagging. We will also explore the endless versatility of lentils. In this class we will use either Hadar’s Clay or Prometheus clay.
Prometheus Clay is ready to use straight out of the package. Hadar’s Clay is in powder form and a mixing tutorial is included in this class if participants choose this clay.
Kiln firing of is included in this class and the day will finish with a demonstration, accompanied by written instructions, on how students can finish fired work independently.
Skill level: Beginner
Prerequisite: Some experience with metal clay will be helpful but not necessary.
Technique: Hollow form construction
Need to bring: At least one 100gm jar/package of Hadar's Copper, Quick Fire Bronze, Quick Fire Rose Bronze or Prometheus bronze, white bronze or copper.
Note: As this is a full day class, please bring a lunch. Coffee and cold drinks will be provided.
Price: 145.00 +HST
Duration: approximately 8 hours
Students are eligible for our 15% student discount card!
Get yours when you check-in for your class at the front desk!
To register for this session, please call 416-751-1911 or toll-free 1-877-473-2323 now, because many of our sessions fill up quickly! We limit class sizes so you can get the best value.
Only 6 seats total for this class!
About Liz Reynolds
Liz has a creative background in pottery and textiles. She discovered metal clay in 2004 and was thrilled by the idea of translating textile patterns and textures onto clay, and then transforming the clay into metal. She has studied with local artists and internationally known metal clay masters including Hadar Jacobson and Wanaree Tanner. She is an Accredited Hadar’s Clay Instructor, one of very few in Canada, and has been teaching since 2010.
Her jewelry is sold in Ontario and Quebec.