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Ceramic Slipcasting Club

Tuesday mornings at 8:30 free instruction to get started on a rewarding and fun hobby

Elections were held, we have a new board with exciting ideas for next year.


Watch for our Holiday Window starting November 30th until the end of the year. Colorful pieces will be displayed beautifully, original works of art created by our gifted members will amaze you. Step in the studio, find out how you can learn this art, have fun creating and meet new friendly people.

 

We celebrated Halloween with a twist to the usual Trick or Treat. Renowned artist and ceramist David Hoff associated with Duncan Ceramics shared many of his tricks of glazing and the use of crystals and concepts underglaze on bisque while Lynn from Aardvark Clay & Supplies did the treating by supplying the approximately 70 residents with all supplies necessary to create beautiful pumpkin jars. A fun day was had by all.  One of the benefits of being in the club are attending our workshops. Upcoming workshops will be announced for members in the near future.

 

Work shop learning how to make crystal pumpkins.

 

Judy Nussbaum outdid herself with the fantastic

fall display, the colors and pieces by our own artists are on display.

 Come by and see in person our fantastic window. This month the theme is Fall.  Visitors can come into the studio for a tour and see how it all comes together. Free beginning class are on Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m. Try ceramics something new and rewarding

 

 

Amazing pieces with faces. Beautiful works of art from our talented artists. 

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Director Judy Nussbaum changes the window theme monthly. Her artistic abilities reflect in the placement of the pieces and embellishments applicable to the themes.

 

The flowers of Spring in our window.

 

 

Empty Bowls is a major fundraiser, great community service event.

Bonnie Baller glazing bowls for an international event to fight hunger, hosted annually by South County Outreach. Ceramic slipcasting and potters & sculptors handcraft and pour ceramic bowls as gifts for guests as a reminder of those here in Orange County whose bowls are truly empty. This year, Yee Wong, Vivian Basing and Bonnie are honored to be part of this program. This is an annual club volunteer project.

 

Vicki Nardone, Caryl McCall and Arlene Shank demonstrated Silk Screening.

 

 
 



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