29 Jun 2017 The Clayhouse Summer Sale: Art in Santa Monica

The Clayhouse Summer Sale

Featuring Pottery for the Kitchen
Friday July 14th 4pm-9pm and 
Saturday July 15th 10am-6pm
 2909 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica 90404
 
Twenty-three Artists from The Clayhouse will be selling hundreds of pieces of Handmade Pottery
Come find your new favorite Platters, Mugs, Espresso Cups, Teapots, Teacups, Bowls, Baking Dishes, Egg Cups, Bread Baskets, Dishes, Berry Bowls, Butter Dishes, Sugar Bowls, Pitchers, Tumblers and more will be for sale.

SUMMER 2017 CLAYHOUSE ARTISTS

Alia Joslin, Stephanie Sea, Amy Kivnick,
Polly Osborne, Kerri Price Katsuyama, Diana Ungerleider,
Lisa Niver, Janet Grings, Erin Wildman, Dianna Linden,
Deborah Levin, John Henderson, Jamie Hansen,
Sam Dixon, Sierra Pecheur, Sara Winkle, Sonja Bolle,
Janet Domino, Nani Grennell, Kathy Mudgett,
Nadine Wells,  Anne Cooper, Karin Swildens
 
More information:

Ceramics by Janet Domino

About The Clayhouse Studio & Gallery:

The Clayhouse, established in 1971, is the oldest high fire pottery studio on the Westside. There are fewer and fewer studios of this nature due to limited space and obstacles in using gas-burning kilns. Gas kilns produce rich, beautiful glaze colors and unique visual effects with universal appeal. The unassuming storefront of The Clayhouse on Santa Monica Blvd displays some of the works of its 50 artist members. In the back of the storefront, there is a wide open studio with tables, wheels, kilns and pottery in various stages of completion. Classes are offered during week and weekend.

 

Take art class with David Stone. Photo by Mark Dektor

Take art class with David Stone. Photo by Mark Dektor

Take a Class:

Beginning Handbuilding class:

Six weeks: July 11 to Aug. 15, 2017
Tuesday mornings, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm.
Instructor: Kerri Price Katsuyama
Students  will learn techniques for working with clay such as coiling, extruding, and slab rolling, to make  bowls, cups, vases, planters and more. Glazing instruction is also included.

Wheel class for beginners

Six weeks: July 23 – August 27, 2017
Sunday mornings, 10 – 12 (first class will be 3 hrs.)
Instructor: David Stone
Students will learn how to use the potter’s wheel to  “throw” functional items such as mugs, bowls, vases
and more. Glaze instruction is also included.
The class fee is $280 which includes a 25-lb. bag of clay and tools, access to the studio anytime, plus the firing. An advance deposit is required to hold a space in class.
All classes last six weeks and include clay, tools 
firing, glazing and access to the studio. 
Classes are small to allow individual attention. 
Call soon to reserve a spot in a class! 
Advance deposit required.   
call 310-828-7071 for more info or to sign up
 Store hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 3 pm
As Henry Moore said, “To be an artist is to believe in life.”
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clayhouse summer art sale
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” Pablo Picasso
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I hope to see you at the Studio! Lisa Niver
Lisa Niver, Artist and Author Photo by Mark Dektor

Lisa Niver, Artist and Author Photo by Mark Dektor

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Lisa Niver

After exploring 99 countries and sailing for seven years on the high seas, Lisa Niver is ready for more active adventures! Find her We Said Go Travel videos with over 1.25 million views on Roku, Amazon Fire TV and YouTube. Her stories include Dutch designer villas for Luxury Magazine, interviewing Fabien Cousteau for Delta Sky, skiing with the blind for Sierra and WWII for Saturday Evening Post and Smithsonian. She is verified on both Twitter and Facebook and is the Adventure Correspondent for The Jet Set TV. Her latest projects are 50 new things before she is 50 and Facebook Live for USA Today 10best. She has run 13 Travel Writing Awards publishing nearly 2000 writers from 75 countries and this summer is the first We Said Go Travel Photo Competition. She was a winner in the 59th annual 2016 Southern California Journalism Awards for her print column in The Jewish Journal. She was invited to the United Nations as a Champions of Humanity ambassador, to the red carpet at the Oscars with United Airlines and to New Orleans with American Express and Starwood Hotels. She also contributes to USA Today, Wharton Business Magazine, the Jewish Journal and was a 2012 nominee for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching, a 2014 nominee for the Charles Bronfman Prize and a finalist in two categories for the 59th annual Southern California Journalism Awards.

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