Clay Art Club: Guided Hand Building and Sculpting Clay Art Class! -Ongoing
In this Ongoing Hand-building Clay Art class, little artists will be guided through how to create a different fun or functional sculpture each week, one step at a time, using Air dry clay, polymer clay, sculpey, or other modeling clay!
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Meets 1x per week
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70 minutes per class
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This class is taught by an Artist with a Fine Arts Degree, with a Focus in Ceramics. I am SO excited to teach what I've learned over the past 16 years working with clay! Only clay (any type) and a couple household items are needed to create these fun and Functional sculptures! This is an Ongoing Clay Hand-building Class, where we will be making a different sculpture each week! No previous experience is necessary- Students are welcome to join the club at any point. The Club structure allows...
Students will learn the basic methods and techniques of hand-building with clay.
This class is taught by an Artist with a Fine Arts Degree, with a Focus in Ceramics. I am SO excited to teach what I've learned over the past 16 years working with clay! Please see my profile, for further information regarding my Artistic background.
There will be the occasional assembly required after our clay pieces have dried. For example, the week we create our Wind Charms, a stick and string will be used to assemble the finished piece. (Students will be directed how to do this during the class) Students will also be encouraged to paint their creations in the week following the class, if they choose to. (Acrylic paint is great for this) They will have the opportunity the following week to show off their finished piece.
-Any type of clay!- Students will need up to 1lb of clay/class (I will be using white Crayola Air Dry Clay- it can be found at Target, Amazon (also sold in bulk), or any craft store. It feels just like regular ceramic, it's affordable, paintable, and dries hard without the need of an oven or kiln) -Water cup, toothpick, butter knife, and piece of cardboard or paper plate to create on - If there is anything else needed for that weeks project, such as a ruler, marker cap, handless cup, straw, etc... I will post it in the classroom notes in advance
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Art Instructor -BFA
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
105 total reviews
105 completed classes
Hello there! Thank you for taking the time to learn a bit about me! My name is Mrs. Shelby, and I am an Art Instructor with a focus on painting, drawing, and clay sculpting. While I am fairly new to teaching on the Outschool platform, I have been...