Carved Clay Relief Tiles

A one time class creating relief tiles using sculptural techniques with air-dry clay
Sylvette Frazier, M.Ed.
39 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 2 learners
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45 minutes

per class

Meets once


year olds


learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

Once the clay is completely dried,  ( can take several days ) you can paint on your own with acrylics and/or a finish clear glaze.
**** AMACO Air Dry Clay
For this class, we will be working with air dry clay that is either gray or terra cotta color based.  I love using this brand below, for it is clay and can also be used to throw clay on the wheel and be fired in the kiln

****Tools Suggested:
The needle tool is very handy for cutting into tight corners. A variety of different sized loop tools can be used for craving into the clay, creating negative space areas. Beveled edges are easy to carve with the right size ribbon tool.  Simple pointed wooden or metal skewers can work great too.

****A flat ruler to measure the sizes of your tiles 

****Slip - in a tray or container  ( a mixture of clay and water- more water than clay)

****Cardboard- or something similar for the finished tiles to rest on while drying
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please make before the class some slip-- which is a mixture of clay and water...,more water than clay. Usually stored in a container or tray


Sylvette Frazier, M.Ed.
Lives in the United States
Arts & Nature Pedagogist
39 total reviews
89 completed classes

About Me

Hello! I am Sylvette Frazier, an Arts & Nature Pedagogist, specializing in Early Childhood Education, utilizing the expressive arts and nature as a tool for expression and discovery in learning.  I am the owner & creator of Connecting Children to... 
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