Tuesdays July 10-July 31.
Surface Design is a mindset for becoming more sensitive and aware of the architecture in nature. During this four-week course, discover Schlitz Audubon on a Surface Design Walk using clay to capture the textures you discover. Adapt natural textures and found objects by creating stamps, molds, and drawings for use in your clay art. Using natural materials, students will produce one-of-a-kind tiles and trays with surfaces rich in texture. Participants should bring a journal to class for observations and reflections.
This program will be taught by artist and teacher Heather Eiden. Heather earned her Bachelor’s of Fine Art in 1997, and a Master’s Degree of Science in Art Education in 2014. She has taught at Milwaukee Montessori School since 2000. Heather is currently working on a series of clay sculptures inspired by her travels in India, Spain, and Mexico.
Fee covers all four sessions.
Members: $75 | Non-Members: $95
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