Workshops


Come to Clay Space - learn something new and have fun too!!!!

Preregistration is required for our workshops.
Please call our office at 541-653-8089 or fill out and fax or mail in our workshop registration form.

Current Workshops
Spring 2017
Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating with Copper Metal Clay
Saturday, April 8th | Noon to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 material cost
 

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have 50 grams of clay to work with while you develop your metal clay skills. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods will be covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons, and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!



Past Workshops
2017 Past Workshops
Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Metal Clay Jewelry with Colorful Glass
Wednesday, January 25th | 5:30pm to 8:30pm and continuing on
Thursday, January 26th | 6pm to 7pm 
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $38 material cost

Learn how to set your glass creations in Metal Clay. You will learn the basic skills
of working with Metal Clay. Each student will have 10 grams of silver clay to work with. Glass cabochons will be included. Create one larger pendant and bail or a set of earrings. Tools and textures will be provided. Feel free to bring your own if you like. Pieces will be fired after Wednesday’s class. We meet on Thursday night to polish and antique our creations. All skill levels are welcome. 

2016 Past Workshops
January 2016

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Silver Pendant with Stone Setting
(Using a pre-made bezel setting for no-fire stones)

Saturday, January 16th | 12pm to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $38 material cost

Learn how to add stones to your fine silver creations with a pre-made bezel cup or prong setting. These bezels offer a great way to use the stones you love but cannot take the heat of the kiln. You will have 10 grams of fine silver clay, a bezel cup, and a stone to design your pendant with. All skill levels are welcome.
February 2016

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Metal Clay with Glass
Saturday, February 20th | 12:30pm to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $38 material cost

Learn how to set your glass creations in Metal Clay. You will learn the basic skills of working with Metal Clay. You will have 10 grams of clay to work with, and glass cabochons will be included. You could create one larger pendent and bail or a set of earrings. Tools and textures will be provided, and feel free to bring your own if you like. As glass needs a longer firing, pieces will be fired after class and picked up a few days later.  All skill levels are welcome.
March 2016

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Exploring Copper Metal Clay
Wednesday, March 30th | 6pm to 8:30pm
Thursday, March 31st | 6pm to 8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 material cost

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have 50 grams of clay to work with and will develop you metal clay skills. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings tags,buttons,and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!
May 2016

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Rings with Fine Silver Metal Clay
Saturday, May 21st | 12pm to 4:30pm 
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $35 material cost

Design and create your own ring. Learn how to make seamless joins and attach a kiln ready stone (CZ). You will learn to properly size a ring to allow for the metal clay shrinkage. You will have 10 grams of fine silver clay to work with. Rings will be fired in class and polishing and antiquing methods will be covered.

July 2016

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Monday, July 11, 2016 | 5:30pm & 7:30pm

Workshop Fee: $30 per person (includes materials)

James DeRosso is back in town for another Monster Making workshop, this time with a colorful twist! James has devised a way to add a spot of color that will make YOUR monster stand out in a crowd! Spend about 90 minutes making your very own monster with James as your guide. Sign up for a session by yourself or with a companion. It’s a great family experience. Supplies and tools are provided. Upon completion, the monsters will be bisque-fired, glazed, and then high-fired. We’ll call you when they are ready to be picked up!

Aradia Myrrh
Ceramic Art Tiles on Wood for Wall Hanging: 

Saturday, July 16, 2016 | 10am to 2pm and continued on

July 30 | 10am to 12pm & August 6 | 10am to 1pm

Workshop Fee: (3 classes) $135 (includes materials)

Come make a fine art piece consisting of four ceramic tiles adhered to reclaimed wood that can hang in your favorite spot. In this class students will work with 4 6x6 tiles that they make from stoneware clay.On each tile students will build a relief (decorate a surface with a raised ornament) design that means something to them. This can be four flowers or faces, or four different designs altogether. The first class will be making of the tiles and designs on them. They will be bisque fired and ready to be glazed at the second class. During the third class, the finished tiles will be adhered to a piece of reclaimed aged wood that students bring to class. The wood will be sanded and wiped with orange oil to bring out the textures of the wood and preserve it. This class is for all ages and skill levels and is about having fun while making a fine art piece that can be hung on a wall for all to see and admire. Bring a friend and come have some fun!

August 2016

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Pendants, Earrings & Charms
Tuesday, August 30th | 6pm to 8:30pm 
Wednesday, August 31st | 6pm to 8pm 
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $35 material cost

A class for the beginner and not so beginner. We will work with fine silver metal clay, covering the different skills of working with metal clay,  including setting of  kiln ready stones (CZ's). Students will have the freedom to create a piece of jewelry of their choice. Projects will be fired in class and polishing and antiquing methods covered. 
September 2016

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating Hollow Forms and Beads
Saturday, September 17th | 12pm to 4:30pm 
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $50 materials fee for the metal clay medium

Metal Clay is a wonderful medium for creating hollow forms. Whether it be a
pendant or a pair of earrings or beads, there are so many possibilities. Learn how
to draw patterns with a syringe of metal clay. Basic skills will be covered for the beginner and more advanced ideas are always welcome. We will be working with
15 grams of silver clay and syringe type clay. This class will spark your creativity!
October 2016

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Monday, October 10th, 2016 | 5:30pm & 7:30pm

Workshop Fee: $30 per person (includes materials)

James DeRosso will be in town for his famous Monster Making workshop in October. Just in time for Halloween! Spend about 90 minutes making your very own monster with James as your guide. Sign up for a session by yourself or with a companion. It’s a great family experience. Supplies and tools are provided. The clay is non-staining and washable and easy to clean up. Upon completion, the monsters will be bisque ­fired, stained, glazed, and then high ­fired. We’ll call you when they are ready to be picked up!

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating with Silver Metal Clay
Saturday, October 22nd | 12pm to 4:30pm 
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $35 materials fee for the metal clay medium

In this class you get to decide what you would like to create! Bring your own ideas and inspiration, and I will bring the tools and kiln. You can create pendant earrings and I will even bring the ring mandrels if you would like to make another ring. If you have ideas you’re not sure about please contact me about it before the class. You will have 10 grams of fine silver. A syringe, and paste will be available as well. I will bring CZ's for you to set. This class is for all levels. I will bring some ideas if you need help with inspiration.

2015 Past Workshops
January 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating with Copper Metal Clay
Saturday, January 10th | 12pm–4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 material cost

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills using metal clay. We will cover what tools are used and for what purpose. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!
February 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Capture Hard to Set Objects
Saturday, February 21st | 12pm–4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $38 material cost

This class will teach you how to capture odd shaped objects like coins, stones, and shells that do not work well with the traditional ways of setting. We will be working with 10 grams of fine silver metal clay and fine silver wire. You bring your own treasure that you would like to capture.
March 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Rings with Sterling and Fine Silver Metal Clay
Saturday, March 14th | 12pm to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $38 material cost

Design and create a stronger ring. Since the introduction of Sterling Metal Clay, everyone has liked it as it creates a stronger ring. The complaint was that sterling clay needs to be fired in active carbon. This inspired a new idea to mix 25 grams of sterling and 20 grams of fine silver to create .960 which fires on an open shelf like fine silver. We will have 10 grams of clay to work with. More clay will be available for purchase. We will be making our own slip — it does not come in a syringe.
Skills covered: Seamless joins, attaching a Kiln ready stone (CZ). Properly sizing a ring for shrinkage. The firing is an hour at 1500 degrees. Rings will be fired after class and picked up later.


Anchen Texter and Katie Swenson
Porcelain Vessel Construction
Porcelain Spirit Vessels
Sunday, March 15th | 1pm-4pm
Workshop Fee: $65 (includes materials)

Learn to use this unique material to create a vessel. You will then ask to collaborate with your spirits to form and shape the vessel into a representation and honoring of your experience with them.

This 3-hour class begins with instruction in basic vessel construction, then moves into shamanic creating with the help of calling in our spirit helpers and power animals. We maintain the mood with drumming CD's and other music. A closing ceremony will thank our spirits and release them.

Your piece begins as a unique form of mixtures of Earth elements from ancient recipes. Water and Air are partners in your creative process. Fire transforms your piece into a vitrified vessel able to hold liquid.



Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
New Mokume-Gane Marbled Pendant with Metal Clay
Wednesday March 25, 2015 | 6pm-8:30pm
Thursday March 26, 2015 | 6pm-8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $50 material cost

This is a new technical version of Mokume-Gane which can be accomplished by using silver and copper clay, and will not require the very difficult traditional learning process. We combine 10 grams of fine silver metal clay and 15 grams of copper metal clay to work with. We will marble our clay and cut into shapes. After drying, we file to reveal our pattern. The pieces will be fired overnight and we will file and polish our pieces the second night. This is a new fun way to create with Metal Clay!
April 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Stone Setting Advanced Class
Saturday, April 11, 2015 | 11am–5pm
Workshop Fee: $85 plus $70 material cost

Learn to set those great looking Cabochons in fine silver Metal Clay. You will receive 17 grams of clay and a stone cabochon to create your pendent. We will be making our own bezel wire out of the clay and setting the stone after it has been fired. Advanced class. Students need to have prior metal clay experience.
Need to bring a lunch.


Anchen Texter and Katie Swenson
Porcelain Vessel Construction
Porcelain Spirit Vessels
Sunday, April 19th | 1pm-4pm
Workshop Fee: $65 (includes materials)

Porcelain vessel construction led by Katie in concert with Anchen's shamanic help in calling in our spirit helpers and power animals.

Full Description
June 2015

Anchen Texter and Katie Swenson
Porcelain Vessel Construction
Porcelain Spirit Vessels
Sunday, June 14th | 1pm-4pm
Workshop Fee: $65 (includes materials)

Learn to use this unique material to create a vessel. You will then ask to collaborate with your spirits to form and shape the vessel into a representation and honoring of your experience with them.

This 3-hour class begins with instruction in basic vessel construction, then moves into shamanic creating with the help of calling in our spirit helpers and power animals. We maintain the mood with drumming CD's and other music. A closing ceremony will thank our spirits and release them.

Your piece begins as a unique form of mixtures of Earth elements from ancient recipes. Water and Air are partners in your creative process. Fire transforms your piece into a vitrified vessel able to hold liquid.



Bob Richardson
Clay Project
Lamp Making Workshop
Wednesday through Friday, June 17th, 18th, & 19th | 5pm-7pm
Workshop Fee: $80 (includes all materials, except lighting hardware)

Join Bob Richardson for this 3-day workshop where you will learn to create your own lamp from clay slab. Students are encouraged to come to class with their own visions of what style of lamp they would like to make, though Bob will also have several models students can follow.
July 2015

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Monday, July 13, 2015 | 5:30pm & 7:30pm

Workshop Fee: $25 per session (includes materials)

James DeRosso will be in town for another monster making workshop! Spend about 90 minutes making your very own monster with James as your guide. Sign up for a session by yourself or with a companion. It’s a great family experience. All the supplies and tools are provided. The clay is non-staining and washable and easy to clean up. Upon completion, the monsters will be bisque fired, stained, glazed, and then high fired. We’ll call you when they are ready to be picked up!
August 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Layered Textured Pendant with Paper Metal Clay and Granulated Silver
Wednesday, August 19th | 6pm-8:30pm & continuing on
Thursday, August 20th | 6pm-8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $38 material cost

Whether you are new to metal clay and jewelry making, or are knowledgable.... this is our summer metal clay workshop! Explore a new process and make a silver metal clay pendant with Donna. We’ll be covering the following:
Creating a template; Rolling flat clay; Making smooth and tight clay layers; An introduction on how to work with paper clay; Exploring how to add texture with granulated silver; and, Donna will also demonstrate how to add gold accents to fine silver. All skill levels welcome.
September 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating with Copper Metal Clay
Saturday, September 12th | 12pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 materials charge for the metal clay medium

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills using metal clay. We will cover the tools used and for what purpose. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons, and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!
October 2015

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Monday, October 12th | 5:30pm & 7:30pm

Workshop Fee: $25 per session (includes materials)

James DeRosso will be in town for another monster making workshop! Spend about 90 minutes making your very own monster with James as your guide. Sign up for a session by yourself or with a companion. It’s a great family experience. All the supplies and tools are provided. The clay is non-staining and washable and easy to clean up. Upon completion, the monsters will be bisque fired, stained, glazed, and then high fired. We’ll call you when they are ready to be picked up!


Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Twig Ring Workshop
Saturday, October 17th | 11am to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $80 plus $38 material cost

This is a great fall workshop for students who have had at least one class in working with Metal Clay. We will be creating a ring out of a coil of clay and giving it the look of a twig and adorning it with leaves and flowers. Color can be added with setting faceted Cubic Zerconia. Skills you will learn will include rolling a coil, creating tiny flowers and leaves, setting cz's and creating textures.

November 2015

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Silver Pendant with Stone Setting
(Using a pre-made bezel setting for no-fire stones)

Wednesday, November 18th | 6pm to 8:30pm & continued on
Thursday, November 19th | 6pm to 8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $38 material cost

Learn how to add stones to your fine silver creations with a pre-made bezel cup or prong setting. These bezels offer a great way to use the stones you love but cannot take the heat of the kiln. You will have 10 grams of fine silver clay, a bezel cup, and a stone to design your pendant with. This is a 2-part evening class. All skill levels are welcome.
December 2015

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Wednesday, December 16th | 5:30pm & 7:30pm

Workshop Fee: $25 per session (includes materials)

Plan a special holiday activity with friends and family! Come to our last Monster Workshop of the year. See October workshop description for more information.

2014 Past Workshops
January 2014

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating with Copper Metal Clay
Wednesday, January 22 | 6pm-8:30pm &
Thursday, January 23, 2014 | 6pm-8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $25 material cost, for total fee of $90

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills using metal clay. We will cover what tools are used and for what purpose. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can  create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!

February 2014

Inayoshi Osamu
Wabi-sabi Workshop
Monday, February 3, 7pm, Slide Show FREE
Tuesday, February 4, 10am–4pm
Wednesday, February 5, 10am–4pm
Clay Space Member/LCC/UO Student Workshop Fee: $55
General Workshop Fee: $65

Renowned Japanese artist, Inayoshi Osamu, will be at Clay Space, February 3, 4 and 5. Inayoshi was introduced to the Pacific NW during the NCECA Conference held in Seattle in 2012. Born in 1976 in Toyohashi City, Japan, Inayoshi completed his training at Seto Pottery School in Japan. His work and ceramic pieces have received much acclaim in his native country. Inayoshi creates exquisite hand built tea bowls and sake cups, using simple tools and extraordinary skills. During the workshop he will present his oh-so-simple technique – handbuilding clay forms over molds with a smooth river rock and then finishing on a banding wheel with wooden trim tools. This simple and naturalistic approach embodies the unique Japanese aesthetic, wabi-sabi. Wabi-sabi nurtures all that is authentic by acknowledging three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. Inayoshi will be both demonstrating and providing hands-on opportunities during this workshop. He hopes to return to Eugene for the kiln unloading of workshop produced tea bowls at the end of his PNW tour. 


After completing this U.S. workshop tour, he will return to Japan for one man shows in both Tokyo and Osaka. Reserve your seat now for this wonderful opportunity to observe and learn from a young, gifted and respected Japanese artist.


For further information:

www.inayoshiosamu.com/

www.facebook.com/osamu.inayoshi.10




Renowned Japanese artist, Inayoshi Osamu, will conduct a workshop at Clay Space on February 3, 4 and 5, 2014. His work and ceramic pieces have received much acclaim in his native country. Inayoshi was introduced to the Pacific NW two years ago as part of the National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts held in Seattle. This month, he is returning as part of a 5-location tour of educational and community arts facilities in Oregon. Born in 1976 in Toyohashi City, Japan, Inayoshi completed his training at Seto Pottery School in Japan. He creates exquisite hand built tea bowls and sake cups, using simple tools and extraordinary skills. A slide show presentation, open to the general public, and a two-day demonstration and hands-on workshop provide a unique opportunity to observe and learn from this young, gifted, and respected Japanese artist.   
 
During the workshop he will present his simple technique of forming clay over molds with a smooth river rock and then finishing them on a banding wheel with wooden trimming tools. This simple and naturalistic approach to form embodies the unique Japanese aesthetic, wabi-sabi. Wabi-sabi nurtures all that is authentic by acknowledging three simple realities: nothing lasts, nothing is finished, and nothing is perfect. In addition to his demonstrations, Inayoshi will provide hands-on opportunities for workshop students during the workshop. He hopes to return to Eugene to finish the pieces made following his workshop tour of Oregon. This work will be left behind in Oregon to provide the seeds for a future show of his work in Oregon. After completing this 5-stop Oregon workshop tour, he will return to Japan for one-man shows in both Tokyo and Osaka. Call Clay Space to reserve your workshop seat. 
Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Fine Silver Metal Clay Pendants, Earrings & Charms
Saturday, February 22, 2014 | 12pm–4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $35 material cost

A class for the beginner and not so beginner. We will cover the different skills of working with fine silver metal clay. We will cover setting of kiln ready stones (CZs). Projects will be fired in class and polishing and antiquing methods will be covered.
March 2014

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Creating with Copper Metal Clay
Saturday, March 15, 2014 | 12pm–4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $25 material cost

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills using metal clay. We will cover what tools are used and for what purpose. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!


James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Saturday March 22 | 1:30pm & 3pm

Sunday March 23 | 1:30pm

Workshop Fee: $20 per session

James returns with his popular Monster Workshop! The session lasts about 1.5 hours. You and your companions will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.

April 2014

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project

Silver Metal Clay Shadow Box Pendant

Saturday, April 5, 2014 | 12pm–4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $35 material cost

We will cover a simple way to make a shadow box. Different looks can be achieved by changing up what you put inside. We will cover a few different types of bails that will work with this shadow box. We will cover the basics of working with metal clay. This class is good for all levels. 



Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project

Copper Clay Workshop

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 | 6pm–8:30pm &
Thursday, April 24, 2014 | 6pm–8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $25 material cost

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay, this copper class is the class for you! You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills using metal clay. We will cover what tools are used and for what purpose. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!

May 2014

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Stone Setting
Saturday, May 3, 2014 | 11am–5pm
Workshop Fee: $85.00 per session, plus $70 material cost

Learn to set those great looking cabochons in fine silver Metal Clay. You will receive 17 grams of clay and a stone cabochon to create your pendant. We will be making our own bezel wire out of clay and setting the stone after it has been fired.

Advanced class; students need to have prior metal clay experience.

You will need to bring a lunch.


Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Leaf Pendant Class
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 | 6pm–8:30pm &
Thursday, May 29, 2014 | 6pm–8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $60 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

Skills covered:
Leaf selection
Applying silver paste
Hand rolling clay into a “snake” bail
Syringe work decoration
Setting kiln-ready stones (CZ's)
Sanding and finishing green-work
Polishing and antiquing methods

Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.
 
We will be using Art Clay Silver 650 series clay, syringe, and paste type materials in my workshops. If you have any questions, you may call me at 541-654-0690. I look forward to creating with you all.
June 2014

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Four Ways to Set Kiln Ready Stones
Saturday, June 7, 2014 | 12pm–4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65.00 per session, plus $45 material cost

We will cover four ways to set kiln ready stones. You could create a pendant earrings, or some charms.

Learn the basics of working with fine silver Metal Clay. We will cover different ways to add cubic zirconium.

Learn to make bezels created with: a syringe; a straw; Metal Cutters; Stone Setting Burs. You will have 10 grams of clay and five CZ's to create with.

July 2014

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop
Monster Making Workshop
Monday, July 14 | 5:30pm & 7:15pm (each session lasts about 1.5 hours)
Workshop Fee: $20 per session

James will be in town for another monster making workshop! Each session lasts about an hour and a half. Sign-up for a session by yourself or with a companion and you will have a fabulous time! James will walk you through creating creatures that "go bump in the night" — you’ll make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed. Call now to sign up – these workshops fill quickly!



Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Workshop
Rings with Metal Clay Workshop
Saturday, July 26 | 12pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $35 materials charge for metal clay medium

Design and create your own ring. Skills covered include seamless joins, attaching a kiln ready stone (CZ) and properly sizing a ring for shrinkage. Rings will be fired in class and polishing and antiquing methods will be covered.


August 2014

Thanhbinh "Tea" Duong 
Wheel Throwing Workshop
Saturday, August 9 | 10am-4pm
(with a 12pm-1pm break for lunch)
Clay Space Member & Student/LCC/UO Student Workshop Fee: $45
General Workshop Fee: $55

All experience levels welcome.

  

Tea Duong will be leading a workshop at Clay Space! Come for two hours of demonstration and three hours of hands-on, guided practice. In a lively an entertaining repartee, Mr. Duong fills his workshop with a constant display of expert technique interspersed with amusing anecdotes of his pottery experience. Students, both new to clay and experienced students, come away with a fresh understanding of what working with clay is all about from a working, studio artist. Because of Tea's unique ability to recognize and correct a student's individual throwing obstacles, this workshop will be especially valuable for emerging potters. Tea's vast experience and generous spirit (he'll gladly answer all questions put to him) give advanced students a creative approach to problem solving that builds on their ongoing art education. 

 

Call or stop by Clay Space to register today!


Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Workshop
Fast Fire Bronze Clay
Wednesday, August 27 | 6pm-8:30pm &
Thursday, August 28 | 6pm-8pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 materials charge for metal clay medium

If you are looking for an affordable way to explore metal clay, this bronze class is the class for you! You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills in using metal clay. We will cover what tools are used and for what purpose. Projects will be fired overnight and finishing methods covered the second day of class. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons, and charms. This class is a two evening class and is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with bronze metal clay!

October 2014

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop
Monster Making Workshop
Wednesday, October 29 | 5:30pm & 7:15pm (each session lasts about 1.5 hours)
Workshop Fee: $20 per session

James DeRosso will be in town for another monster making workshop, and just in time for Halloween! During this workshop you’ll make your very own monster with James as your guide. Sign up for a session by yourself, with a companion, or with the kids and you will have a fabulous time creating creatures that "go bump in the night"! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed. Call now to sign up—these workshops fill quickly!


November 2014

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Fine Silver Metal Clay Pendants, Earrings & Charms
Saturday, November 22 | 12:00pm–4:30pm 
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $35 material cost

This class will cover the various skills required to work with fine silver metal clay, including how to set kiln ready stones (CZs). Donna will lead students in designing and creating pendants, earrings, and charms, though students are also welcome to come with their own specific projects already in mind. You will have 10 grams of silver to create with. Pieces will be fired in class and polishing and antiquing methods will be covered. Students of all skills levels are welcome.


December 2014

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop
Monster Making Workshop
Tuesday, December 30 | 5:30pm & 7:15pm (each session lasts about 1.5 hours)
Workshop Fee: $25 per session

James DeRosso will be in town for another monster making workshop! During this workshop you’ll make your very own monster with James as your guide. Sign up for a session by yourself, with a companion, or with the kids and you will have a fabulous time creating creatures that "go bump in the night"! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed. Call now to sign up—these workshops fill quickly!

2013 Past Workshops
January 2013

Metal Clay Workshops
Our series of metal clay workshops are offered by Donna Yutzy of Some Girls Jewelry.

Metal Clay is made from a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. The silver comes from recycled metal. You can shape, carve, and texture the precious metal clay forming jewelry in whatever shape your imagination will allow.

After shaping the component, it is fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1650 degF, where the binder is removed and the piece is transformed into 99.9% fine silver. To finish the process, the fine silver pieces are work hardened and polished with the desired level of finish, either antiqued or highly polished.

Another form of Metal Clay is composed of particles of copper, an organic binder and water.

Workshops are offered in both forms of metal clay. Most workshops are suitable for both beginners and those experienced in metal clay work. If you have questions, let us know. Paid registration for all workshops is due before the workshop.


Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Hollow Form Beads with Cork Clay:
Saturday, January 12, 2013  | 12:00pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 for instruction plus $40 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

This workshop will cover how to use Art Clay Cork Clay. We will cover the pre-shaped cork clay with syringe type clay. Use of the cork material results in light hollow products with the feeling of volume. You will have 3 cork shapes to work with that can be used as beads or pendant and earrings. Projects will be fired in the class. Polishing and antiquing methods will be covered.
Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Copper Linked Bracelet
Wednesday, January 23, 2013  |  6:00pm-8:30pm & continued
Thursday, January 24, 2013      |  6:00pm-8:00pm

Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

Learn the basics of working with copper clay. Explore the opportunities and experience the possibilities of working with copper clay. In this class we will create a copper linked bracelet.
Skills covered:
Rolling out clay using different textures
 Attach copper wire to create links
Make a toggle clasp
 We’ll cover firing and finishing
Assemble bracelet

February 2013

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Dichroic Glass Pendant

Saturday, February 23, 2013  | 11:00am-2:30pm
Workshop Fee: $60 plus $45 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

In this workshop you will learn how to roll out clay to create a pendant. We will add a burst of color by creating a bezel to set a piece of dichroic glass. There will be enough material to create a pendant and two smaller pieces. The firing schedule for glass is slower than metal clay, therefore finished pieces can be picked up on Monday afternoon.

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Metal Clay Pendant & Earrings

Wednesday, February 27, 2013    |  6:00pm-8:30pm & continued
Thursday, February 28, 2013  |  6:00pm-8:00pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $60 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

This class is for the beginner and not so beginner.

We will learn:
 How to roll out clay using textures and molds,
How to use the syringe to set kiln ready stones (CZ's)
Sanding and finishing green-work
Polishing and antiquing methods  

If you have already covered these skills you will want to take this class to create some new pieces. We will be firing your creations in the class.

March 2013

Shannon Hardin, Auntie Tanker’s Workshop
Beaded Jewelry Workshop
Simple Jewelry Techniques for Wearable Works of Art
Saturday, March 2, 2013    |  1:00pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 materials included
This workshop can be taken independently or with two follow-up
Thursday evening sessions.

Thursday, March 7, 2013    |  6:00pm-8:00pm
Workshop Fee: $15

Thursday, March 14, 2013  |  6:00pm-8:00pm
Workshop Fee: $15

Learn the technique of basic wire wrapping and simple jewelry design using readily available materials and tools. Gain confidence in your design ability and wire wrapping skills. Relax, have fun and let your creativity flow during this workshop. Materials included. If you have any basic beading tools, bring them along!

This is on the schedule for March – get in gear and you’ll have lots of time to learn and practice skills that can add to your year-long gift making fun! Our Saturday session will give you a good grounding in technique and use of tools. The two follow-up sessions are highly recommended but optional. Having some time between sessions will allow you to practice your skills and return with questions on technique and design or specific projects.
Bev Soasey
Artist | Graphic Designer | Gallery Director
Mixed Media: Collage & Assemblage
Saturday, March 9, 2013  | 1:00pm-4:00pm & continued
Sunday, March 10, 2013   | 1:00pm-4:00pm
Workshop Fee: $90 plus $10 materials charge.

My passion for collecting and combining objects and materials, to create my own style of art, is what I want to share in this workshop.

Come and be inspired! Learn techniques and ideas for collage, and learn about the things that inspire me. I will demonstrate many techniques and have you begin trying your hand at it on the first day. Then day two, we will dive into the creative process. I will discuss how to create texture and interest, how to apply papers and objects, and whatever comes to mind as we work. Whether you have experience or not, you’ll learn some of my techniques and combine your personality into your own work of art. Leave with a wonderful piece of art to hang on your wall or offer as a springtime gift to a special friend.

Materials list:

Students please bring:
• Paint brushes, medium size for acrylic paint and gesso. One cheap brush to use with glue – about a half inch-flat brush. I will have some paintbrushes on hand to loan out.
• Xacto knife
• Scissors
• Pencil
• Plastic containers for water and paint: 3 to 4 plastic food containers
  (they do not need to be too large – small yogurt or slightly larger)
• Palette for acrylic paint, glue and gesso, such as lids to the plastic food container…something you may just want to throw out at the end rather than wash up.
• A self-healing cutting mat, if you have one. I will bring some to loan out.
• Acrylic brayer, if you have one. I will have a few on hand to loan.
• You’ll want to bring some collage materials. Example: old photos, pages from old books, odd images, etc. I prefer older papers and will demo why some do not work as well as others. Remember, don’t overload what you bring, as too many things will overwhelm you. After you see some of what I work with, you will have a better idea what to bring on day two.

The following materials will be provided for each person with a materials fee of $10.00:
• Aleen’s Tacky glue
• Gesso
• Acrylic paint  – an assortment of colors to use
• 300# watercolor paper or a small wood panels to collage onto
• Misc. tools will be available to borrow, including paint and glue brushes, and some brayers
• Some collage materials to begin the process and add to your own collection

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Pendant & Earrings
Saturday, March 16  | 12:00pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65  plus $60 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

*See February 27, 2013 entry for a full description of this workshop.
Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Hollow Form Beads with Cork Clay:
Wednesday, March 20, 2013  |  6:00pm-8:30pm &
Thursday, March 21  |  6:00pm-8:00pm

Workshop Fee: $65 for instruction plus $40 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

*See January 12, 2013 entry for a full description of this workshop.

April 2013

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Copper Linked Bracelet

Saturday, April 20, 2013  | 12:00pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $25 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

Explore the opportunities and experience the possibilities of working with copper clay. In this class we will create a copper linked bracelet.
Skills covered:
Rolling out clay using different textures
 Attach copper wire to create links
Make a toggle clasp
 We’ll cover firing and finishing
Assemble bracelet

May 2013

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Hollow Form Beads

Saturday, May 11, 2013  | 12:00pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $60 plus $60 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

We will focus on hollow forms of bead-making. Creating two sides and then joining them back together. This would be a good class to take before the Box Pendant Workshop on June 8th.

Skills covered:
Bead forming
Joint preparation
Bead decoration- syringe work
Attaching paper clay
Sanding and finishing green-work
Firing
Polishing and antiquing methods.



Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Copper Metal Clay

Wednesday, May 22, 2013  | 6:00pm-8:30pm &
Thursday, May 23, 2013  | 6:00pm-8:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $22 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay this copper class is the class for you. You will have lots of clay to work with and develop your skills of using metal clay. We will cover what tools are usedand for what. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons, and charms. This class is great for the beginner and not so beginner.

June 2013

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry

Metal Clay Series
Box Pendant Workshop

Saturday, June 8, 2013  | 11:30am-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $70 plus $65 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

This is a class will take your metal clay skills to the next level. Some Metal Clay experience is required.

Skills covered include: Designing your box | Texturing and cutting box pieces | Sanding mitered edges | Creating seamless edges | Box assembly | Firing and polishing.

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Leaf Pendants Workshop

Wednesday, June 12, 2013  | 6:00pm-8:30pm &
Thursday, June 13, 2013  | 6:00pm-8:00pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $60 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

Skills covered include:
Leaf selection
Applying silver paste
Hand rolling clay into a “snake” bail
Syringe work decoration
Setting kiln ready stones (CZ's)
Sanding and finishing green-work
Polishing and antiquing methods
July 2013

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop
Monday, July 15, 2013  |  6:00 pm & 7:30 pm
Workshop Fee: $20 per session

James returns with his popular Monster Workshop! The session lasts 1.5 hours. You and your companions will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.
August 2013

Donna Yutzy, Some Girls Jewelry
Metal Clay Series
Layered Pendant Workshop
Saturday, August 24th  |  12:00pm to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $37 materials charge for metal clay medium.

This class is great for the student wanting to explore Metal Clay for the first time or the student wanting to better their skills and create a multi-layered pendant. You’ll have three project samples to choose from that will serve as models for what you create. Your materials include 10 grams of clay to work with. Bail making and bezels for setting kiln safe cubic zirconium stones will be covered. We’ll also cover torch firing while our projects are being fired in the kiln. We will cover polishing and finishing methods.


September 2013

Donna Yutzy 
Metal Clay Project

Metal Clay Leaf Pendants       
Saturday, September 21, 2013
12:00pm-4:30pm         
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $65 materials cost 
                               
Skills covered:
Leaf selection
Applying silver paste
Hand rolling clay into a “snake” bail
Syringe work decoration
Setting kiln-ready stones (CZ's)
Sanding and finishing green-work
Polishing and antiquing methods

Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.
 
Metal Clay is made from a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. The silver comes from recycled metal. I love the creative freedom offered by the metal clay. You can shape, carve, and texture the precious metal clay forming jewelry in whatever shape your imagination will allow. After shaping the component, it is fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1650 degF, where the binder is removed and the piece is transformed into 99.9% fine silver. To finish the process, the fine silver pieces are work hardened and polished with the desired level of finish, either antiqued or highly polished.
 
We will be using Art Clay Silver 650 series clay, syringe, and paste type materials in my workshops. If you have any questions, you may call me at 541-654-0690. I look forward to creating with you all.

October 2013

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop
Monday, October 14 | 6pm and 7:30pm
Workshop Fee: $20 per participant

James returns with his popular Monster Workshop! The session lasts 1.5 hours. You and your companions will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.


Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Lentil Shape Hollow Forms In Silver Metal Clay
Saturday, October 19 | 12:00pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $60 material fee

Skills covered:
Bead Forming
Joint preparation
Bead decoration-syringe work
Sanding and finishing green-work
Firing
Polishing and antiquing methods

We will focus on Hollow form Lentil Shape and beads. Creating two sides and joining them back together. We will be creating a couple of different sizes to use as you wish.  

Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.




Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Project
Copper Linked Bracelet
Wednesday, October 23 | 6:00pm-8:30pm & continued on
Thursday, October 24 | 6:00pm-8:00pm
Workshop Fee: $65 plus $25 material fee

If you are looking for the most affordable way to explore metal clay this copper class is the class for you. You will have lots of clay to work with and will develop your skills of using metal clay. We will cover what tools are used and for what. Projects will be fired in class and finishing methods covered. You can create pendants, earrings, tags, buttons, and charms. This class is great for the beginner and anyone interested in learning about working with copper metal clay!


November 2013

Leah Howell
The Joys of Slip Casting a Decorative Vessel
Saturday, November 2 & 3 | 12:00pm-4:00pm
Workshop Fee: $130 plus $15 material fee

For students interested in alternative methods in ceramic art and crafts. This workshop will be a great introduction to the process of slip casting and mold making. You’ll learn basic slip casting methods and then use pre-made textured press molds to create a decorative white clay vessel. 


Detail: Students will learn slip-casting methods using pre-made plaster molds to create a vessel. We’ll cover techniques to combine 2-3 simple shapes to create a dynamic and unique form. Decorative press molds will be available to add texture and dimension. Shapes, patterns and shadow will  considered decorative elements as opposed to color in slips and glazes. The finished, glossy, white clay will beautifully highlight these design choices. Both sculptural and functional approaches will be explored. In the end, each student will create a decorative vessel that reflects their own personal style.


2012 Past Workshops
February 2012

Rogene Mañas
Mixed Media Artist
Paper Clay Workshop

Two half-days:
Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012 | 10am-2pm
Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012    | 1pm-4pm
Workshop fee: $100 per person

Make a mixed media masterpiece with Rogene Mañas. Learn new ways to create artwork in two half-day sessions using paper maché clay, tissue paper, and acrylic paint. On day one, you will sculpt the clay on boards. On day two, you will refine, carve and paint your finished piece. The result will leave people wondering how you made it. This workshop is easy, fun and very forgiving. A unique process, perfect for every skill level from beginner to advanced.

Rogene creates works with primitive art styles and inventive techniques. Combining plant, bird, and insect imagery with figurative elements in a slightly surrealistic fashion, she explores and illuminates what she calls "the essence within".  Drawing from her imagination, her organic and often haunting compositions reflect both her Mediterranean heritage and her passion for Mexican folk art. Using a paper maché clay, collage materials and acrylic paint, she creates sculptural reliefs and textural paintings with lively color pallets. Her work can be seen in galleries in Eugene, Portland and Cannon Beach, Oregon. Rogene was featured on Oregon Art Beat in 2011.
Link: http://www.opb.org/programs/artbeat/segments/view/890


Supply list:

Each person needs to bring:

• One 8x10 canvas or board (about 1/4" thick)
• 8 oz. Creative Paper Clay (from any art supply or craft store)
• Acrylic paint-- Bring what you have. If you do not already own them, you need to
  minimally buy a set that includes ivory black, titanium white, a red, a yellow and a
  blue. If you are unsure what colors to buy, email Rogene at
  rogenem@phototidings.com <http://rogenem@phototidings.com>
• Paint brushes, a variety of sizes and shapes--at least one for detail plus at least 2-3
   medium-small sizes. One should be cheap to use with glue.
• Xacto knife
• Pencil, eraser and black stylist marker of some kind
• Elmer's School Glue
• Plastic containers for water and glue/water combo
• A palette for acrylic paint such as an 8x10 piece of glass, a white plate, a glass plate,
  or 2-3 white paper plates with plastic coating,
• Rolling pin or something that will work as a roller
• Tape, masking or whatever
• Gesso, small amount

Optional:
• Letter stamps, other things to stamp into the clay
• Hair dryer  or heat gun to speed drying times

Rogene will provide:
• Inspirational images
• Carbon paper for transfer
• Tissue paper, variety of colors
• Tissue for sketching designs
• Plastic sheeting for clay work
• The loan of a wooden clay tool
• Rubbing alcohol
• Sand paper


March 2012

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Series
March 24 | April 21 | May 12, 2012
12:30-5pm
(see session details under each month)

Expand your jewelry making skills by learning to work with Fine Silver Metal Clay. Three, 4.5 hour workshops will be offered on learning the basics of working with Metal Clay. Each session offers different projects and skills, so sign up for one or all three. All workshops are beginner level.

Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus materials cost.
(Material cost includes the purchase cost of the metal clay medium which converts to 99.9% Fine Silver upon firing! Paid registration for these workshops is due 11 days before the workshop)

Session 1: Metal Clay Project: Make a Pendant & Earrings
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $65 materials cost

Skills covered:
•Using textures and molds
•Methods to hang pendants
•Setting kiln-ready stones (CZ's)
•Sanding and finishing green-work
•Polishing and antiquing methods
•Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.

Metal Clay is made from a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. The silver comes from recycled metal. I love the creative freedom offered by the metal clay. You can shape, carve, and texture the precious metal clay forming jewelry in whatever shape your imagination will allow. After shaping the component, it is fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1650 degF, where the binder is removed and the piece is transformed into 99.9% fine silver. To finish the process, the fine silver pieces are work hardened and polished with the desired level of finish, either antiqued or highly polished.

We will be using Art Clay Silver 650 series clay, syringe, and paste type materials in my workshops. If you have any questions, you may call me at 541-654-0690. I look forward to creating with you all.


April 2012

Shannon Hardin
Beaded Jewelry Workshops
Elements of Design: Reworking Beaded Jewelry
Saturday, April 7, 2012
2:30pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $35

Shannon is back with a couple of fun and interesting Saturday afternoon workshops!

Do you have boxes of beads or old beaded jewelry that you are not sure what to do with? Come and join us for a workshop that will help you create new pieces out of existing materials.

Bring ideas, questions, your beads, wire, findings and tools.

Katie Swenson
Creating with Porcelain Workshop
April 14 & 15, 2012  |  Saturday, 11am-5pm  |  Sunday, 12pm-3pm
Workshop Fee:  $135 (includes materials cost)

Spend two days creating objects of the season with hand-fashioned porcelain. Let your imagination soar with Katie. Create baskets, bunnies, fairy fashions, bud vases or whatever you imagine. We will work with patterned blocks of colored porcelain; then decorating through coloring & ornamentation. Firing will be Cone 6 oxidation. Bring a sack lunch on Saturday. Beginners welcome!

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Series

Session 2: Metal Clay Project: Hollow Form Beads
Saturday, April 21, 2012
12:30pm-5pm
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $76 materials cost

Create a variety of bead sizes.  Make beads for a stand alone pendant or smaller sizes to string with other beads.

Skills covered:
Bead forming
Smooth joint preparation
Adding holes Bead decoration – syringe work, attaching cutouts.
Sanding and finishing green-work
Polishing and antiquing methods
Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.

Metal Clay is made from a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. The silver comes from recycled metal. I love the creative freedom offered by the metal clay. You can shape, carve, and texture the precious metal clay forming jewelry in whatever shape your imagination will allow. After shaping the component, it is fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1650 degF, where the binder is removed and the piece is transformed into 99.9% fine silver. To finish the process, the fine silver pieces are work hardened and polished with the desired level of finish, either antiqued or highly polished.
 
We will be using Art Clay Silver 650 series clay, syringe, and paste type materials in my workshops. If you have any questions, you may call me at 541-654-0690. I look forward to creating with you all
May 2012

Shannon Hardin
Beaded Jewelry Workshops
Earrings in a Flash!
Saturday, May 5, 2012
2:30pm-4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $25

Learn how to design and make earrings in a two-hour workshop. Be ready to
accessorize your special outfit whenever you want to!
Bring ideas, questions, beads, wire and tools.
June 2012

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Series

Session 3: Metal Clay Project: Two Leaf Pendants         
Saturday, June 16, 2012
12:30pm-5pm        
Workshop Fee: $65 per session plus $65 materials cost
                              
Skills covered:
Leaf selection
Applying silver paste
Hand rolling clay into a “snake” bail
Syringe work decoration
Setting kiln-ready stones (CZ's)
Sanding and finishing green-work
Polishing and antiquing methods

Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.
 
Metal Clay is made from a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. The silver comes from recycled metal. I love the creative freedom offered by the metal clay. You can shape, carve, and texture the precious metal clay forming jewelry in whatever shape your imagination will allow. After shaping the component, it is fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1650 degF, where the binder is removed and the piece is transformed into 99.9% fine silver. To finish the process, the fine silver pieces are work hardened and polished with the desired level of finish, either antiqued or highly polished.
 
We will be using Art Clay Silver 650 series clay, syringe, and paste type materials in my workshops. If you have any questions, you may call me at 541-654-0690. I look forward to creating with you all.
 
July 2012

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Tuesday, July 17, 2012
6pm
Workshop Fee: $20 per person


James returns with his popular Monster Workshop! The session lasts 1.5 hours. You and your companions will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.
August 2012

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Workshop:
Medallion with Stone and Mold Making

Saturday, August 11, 2012

12:30pm-5pm
Workshop fee: $65 per session plus $55 materials charge for the metal clay medium.

Paid registration for Donna's worshops is due before the workshop.

Metal Clay is a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. When fired in a kiln, the piece created is transformed into 99.9% fine silver! Learn the basics of working with Fine Silver Metal Clay. This workshop is  beginner level and will cover several techniques new to past participants in Donna’s workshops. Taught by Donna Yutzy of Some Girls Jewelry.

In this workshop, we will learn to set a kiln safe stone as a separate geometric unit and layer it into multiple textures. We’ll then finish off the medallion with a circle bail. This project teaches how to use different ways of texturing in one piece, and a new type of stone setting and bail making. The final step will be the process of finishing and antiquing your medallion. While your medallion is in the kiln you will learn how to use mold making material. There are so many things that can be used for molds to create your own personal touch in jewelry making. We will make a mold of a sea shell and with that, make a small charm. I will fire the shell charms for you after class if there is not enough time in class. In that case, they will be ready for pick up a few days after the class.
September 2012

Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Series
Fall Session 1: Ring Making
Saturday, September 22, 2012  |  12pm to 4:30pm

Workshop Fee:
$65 plus $65 materials cost

Learn the following techniques in this ring-making workshop suitable for both beginners and more experienced metal clay workers:

Rolling flat clay without cracking; accounting for shrinkage in sizing a flat band. Creating seamless joins, using syringe clay as an embellishment technique. Making a smooth band and edges inside the ring. Firing a ring with out warping; burnishing fired syringe-work, finish and polishing techniques with this style of embellishment. Demonstration of torch firing.

Paid registration for this workshop is due now!

If you’d like more information on metal clay, scroll down to the first description in March 2012 of our metal clay workshop series!


Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Series

Fall Session 2: Pendant & Earrings
Wednesday, September 26, 2012  |  6pm-8:30pm
Thursday, September 27, 2012      |  6pm-8pm

Workshop Fee: $65 plus $65 materials cost

Skills covered:
•Using textures and molds
•Methods to hang pendants
•Setting kiln-ready stones (CZ's)
•Sanding and finishing green-work
•Polishing and antiquing methods
•Students will receive information on preparation for class following their registration.

Metal Clay is made from a clay-like medium consisting of tiny particles of silver, an organic binder and water. The silver comes from recycled metal. I love the creative freedom offered by the metal clay. You can shape, carve, and texture the precious metal clay forming jewelry in whatever shape your imagination will allow. After shaping the component, it is fired in a kiln to a temperature of 1650 deg F, where the binder is removed and the piece is transformed into 99.9% fine silver. To finish the process, the fine silver pieces are work hardened and polished with the desired level of finish, either antiqued or highly polished.

We will be using Art Clay Silver 650 series clay, syringe, and paste type materials in my workshops. If you have any questions, you may call me at 541-654-0690. I look forward to creating with you all.


Paid registration for this workshop is due now!


October 2012


Shannon Hardin
Simple Jewelry Techniques for Wearable
Works of Art
Saturday, October 6, 2012    |  1pm-4:30pm

Workshop Fee: $65 materials included
This workshop can be taken independently or with two follow-up
Thursday evening sessions.

Thursday, October 11, 2012  |  6pm-8pm
Workshop Fee: $15


Thursday, October 18, 2012  |  6pm-8pm
Workshop Fee: $15


Learn the technique of basic wire wrapping and simple jewelry design using readily available materials and tools. Gain confidence in your design ability and wire wrapping skills. Relax, have fun and let your creativity flow during this workshop. Materials included. If you have any basic beading tools, bring them along!

We’ve put this on the schedule for early October so you’ll have lots of time to learn and practice skills that can add to your holiday gift making fun! Our Saturday session will give you a good grounding in technique and use of tools.  The two follow-up sessions are highly recommended but optional. Having some time between sessions will allow you to practice your skills and return with questions on technique or specific projects.


Donna Yutzy
Metal Clay Series
Fall Session 3: Learning to Work with Copper Clay
Copper Charm Bracelet
Saturday, October 20, 2012  |  12pm to 4:30pm
Workshop Fee: $65.00 plus $32 materials cost

Explore the opportunities and experience the possibilities of working with copper clay. In this class we will be making a charm bracelet. We will create a variety of charms and a toggle clasp. After firing, we will cover finishing techniques and assemble our bracelet.

Paid registration for this workshop is due 11 days before the workshop.
December 2012

James DeRosso
Monster Workshop

Fri., December 28, 2012    |  6:00pm-7:00pm
Workshop Fee: $20 per participant

James returns with his popular Monster Workshop! The session lasts 1 to 1.5 hours. You and your companions will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.

2011 Past Workshops
January 2011

James DeRosso
Monster Mash
Saturday, January 22nd or Sunday, January 23, 2011   1:30pm-3pm
Workshop Fee: $20 per person


Bring your son, daughter, niece, grandkids or friends! Sign-up for a session on either or both days. Each session lasts 1.5 hours. You and your companion will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.

Samuel Becerra
Clay Instrument Making
Saturday, January 22, 2011  10am-12pm (lunch break) 1pm-5pm and
Saturday, January 29, 2011  1pm-2pm (painting fired instruments)
Workshop Fee: $85 per person plus $10 materials fee


Work with Samuel Becerra, local artist, musician and flute maker. Learn how to recreate the wonderful sounds of the Aztec, Mayan and Teotihuacan music. Build a jaguar flute from Mexico and discover the processes involved in the construction of this extraordinary wind instrument. Students will learn the techniques of clay "whistle making" and make their own instrument during this two day workshop. The second session is scheduled for a week after the first. Instruments will have been fired and will be ready for personal decoration.

Faith Rahill
Exploring the Decorative
Technique of Neriage

January 29 and 30, 2011  10am-4pm
Workshop Fee: $175
Hands-On


Neriage is an ancient Japanese technique of layering, cutting and recombining different colors of clay to create an intricately patterned loaf which is then sliced and applied to the clay body. Join Faith for this two day hands-on workshop as she shares with us her knowledge of and expertise in this decorative technique.

Students will complete their project which will be fired after the workshop and available for pick-up at a later date.


February 2011

Rogene Mañas
Mixed Media Workshop: Paper Maché Clay and Collage

Saturday, February 12, 2011 10am to 2pm and
Sunday, February 13, 2011 12pm to 4pm
$120 plus materials list


Looking for a way to get into art? Want to expand your repertoire of techniques?
This workshop is for all levels of students.
Have fun with Rogene Mañas while she teaches you how she makes her mixed media masterpieces. Learn several ways to create artwork using mixed media materials including paper maché clay, board or canvas and acrylic paint. Participants will complete one mixed media project during the weekend workshop.

Rogene Mañas creates works with unique, primitive art styles and inventive mixed media techniques. Combining plant, bird, and insect imagery with figurative elements in a slightly surrealistic fashion, she explores and illuminates what she calls "the essence within." Drawing from her imagination, her organic and often haunting compositions reflect both her Mediterranean heritage and her passion for Mexican folk art. Using paper maché clay, collage materials and acrylic paint, she creates sculptural reliefs and textural paintings with lively color pallets.

Supply list:
Each person needs:

• 1 8x8 or 8x10 board or stretched canvas (you can work on either surface)
• 4-8 oz Creative Paper Clay© (available at most art supply and craft
stores)
• Acrylic paint. Bring what you have. If you do not already own them, you
need to minimally buy a set that includes ivory black, titanium white, a
warm red and a cool red, a warm yellow and a cool yellow, and a warm blue and a cool blue. If you are unsure what colors to buy, email me:
rogenem@phototidings.com   You can buy small starter sets at Oregon Art Supply or UO Bookstore if you need to.
• Paint brushes, one for detail plus at least 2-3 medium-small sizes. One
should be cheap to use with glue.
• Xacto knife
• Pencil, eraser and black stylist marker of some kind
• Plastic containers for water
• A palette for acrylic paint such as an 8x10 piece of glass, a white plate, a glass plate, or 2-3 white paper plates with plastic coating,
• Rolling pin or something that will work as a roller
• Masking tape
• Small amount of gesso
• Small piece of fine grain sand paper or sanding sponge
• Optional: letter stamps, other things to stamp into the clay

 I will provide:
• Carbon paper for transferring image
• Tissue for sketching designs
• Plastic sheeting for clay work
• The loan of a wooden clay tool with a pointed end
March 2011

Beverly Soasey
Artist | Graphic Designer | Gallery Director
Mixed Media: Collage and Assemblage Workshop
Saturday, March 12, 2011 1pm to 4 pm and
Sunday, March 13, 2011 1pm to 4pm
$90 plus $10 materials fee


My passion for collecting and combining objects and materials, to create my own style of art, is what I want to share in this workshop.
Come and be inspired! Learn techniques and ideas for collage, and learn about the things that inspire me. I will demonstrate many techniques and have you begin trying your hand at it on the first day. Then day two, we will dive into the creative process. I will discuss how to create texture and interest, how to apply papers and objects, and whatever comes to mind as we work. Whether you have experience or not, you’ll learn some of my techniques and combine your  personality into your own work of art. Leave with a wonderful piece of art to hang on your wall or offer as a springtime gift to a special friend.

Materials lists:
Students please bring:
• Paint brushes, medium size for acrylic paint and gesso. One cheap brush to use with glue – about a half inch-flat brush. I will have some paintbrushes on hand to loan out.
• Xacto knife
• Scissors
• Pencil
• Plastic containers for water and paint: 3 to 4 plastic food containers
  (they do not need to be too large – small yogurt or slightly larger)
• Palette for acrylic paint, glue and gesso, such as lids to the plastic food container…something you may just want to throw out at the end rather than wash up.
• A self-healing cutting mat, if you have one. I will bring some to loan out.
• Acrylic Brayer, if you have one. I will have a few on hand to loan.
• You’ll want to bring some collage materials. Example: old photos, pages from old books, odd images, etc. I prefer older papers and will demo why some do not work as well as others. Remember, don’t overload what you bring, as too many things will overwhelm you. After you see some of what I work with, you will have a better idea what to bring on day two.

The following materials will be provided for each person with a materials fee of $10.00:
• Aleen’s Tacky glue
• Gesso
• Acrylic paint  – an assortment of colors to use
• 300# watercolor paper to collage onto
• Misc. tools will be available to borrow, including paint and glue brushes, and some brayers
• Some collage materials to begin the process and add to your own collection


Avi Harriman
Learn to Spray Glazes Using a Spray Booth
Saturday, March 19, 2011 Noon to 4pm
$30 for Members of Clay Space and Local Clay
$40 General Public

Local artist Avi Harriman will teach the fine points of spraying glaze and using a spray gun and spray booth. A handout describing the construction of the spray booth will be included.
April 2011

Lee Takasugi
Introduction To Precious Metal Clay
Saturday, April 2, 2011 11am to 5pm
$85 plus $50-$55 materials fee (silver prices fluctuate daily)

Walk away from this one day workshop wearing your own hand-made sterling silver earrings and pendant. Come and learn how to mold, shape , cut, texture, design and finish this very soft clay that anyone's fingers can master without previous experience. Precious Metal Clay (PMC) is a unique medium that transforms into 99.9% fine silver.

June 2011

Lee Takasugi
Precious Metal Clay Charm Bracelets
Saturday, June 18, 2011
11am to 5pm
$85 plus $55-$60 materials fee (silver prices fluctuate daily)


Come hone your PMC skills of molding, shaping, stamping, texturizing, sanding and finishing this beautifully soft and easy-to-work with pure silver clay into small unique charms to hang onto a sterling silver bracelet. Individualize each charm with a name, your granddaughter's favorite animal, an encouraging expression, your own birthstone, a religious symbol... The memories created in this life-long memento are endless! Make the perfect gift for a loved-one. In this intermediate PMC class, you will review and further develop the skills you learned from the "Intro to PMC" class. You will also delve deeper into the various ways of setting stones. Basic wire-wrapping of Swarovski crystals will also be introduced. From this workshop, you will walk away wearing a sterling silver charm bracelet with six-to-seven charms dangling from it.
Please let us know your general wrist size, or if you would like a children's size bracelet.

Beverly Soasey
Artist | Graphic Designer | Gallery Director
Mixed Media: Collage and Assemblage Workshop
Saturday, June 25, 2011 1pm to 4 pm and
Sunday, June 26, 2011 1pm to 4pm
$90 plus $10 materials fee

My passion for collecting and combining objects and materials, to create my own style of art, is what I want to share in this workshop.
Come and be inspired! Learn techniques and ideas for collage, and learn about the things that inspire me. I will demonstrate many techniques and have you begin trying your hand at it on the first day. Then day two, we will dive into the creative process. I will discuss how to create texture and interest, how to apply papers and objects, and whatever comes to mind as we work. Whether you have experience or not, you’ll learn some of my techniques and combine your  personality into your own work of art. Leave with a wonderful piece of art to hang on your wall or offer as a springtime gift to a special friend.

Bev's workshops always center around her current work, so expect the content to reflect Bev's latest journey's!

Materials lists:
Students please bring:
• Paint brushes, medium size for acrylic paint and gesso. One cheap brush to use with glue – about a half inch-flat brush. I will have some paintbrushes on hand to loan out.
• Xacto knife
• Scissors
• Pencil
• Plastic containers for water and paint: 3 to 4 plastic food containers
  (they do not need to be too large – small yogurt or slightly larger)
• Palette for acrylic paint, glue and gesso, such as lids to the plastic food container…something you may just want to throw out at the end rather than wash up.
• A self-healing cutting mat, if you have one. I will bring some to loan out.
• Acrylic Brayer, if you have one. I will have a few on hand to loan.
• You’ll want to bring some collage materials. Example: old photos, pages from old books, odd images, etc. I prefer older papers and will demo why some do not work as well as others. Remember, don’t overload what you bring, as too many things will overwhelm you. After you see some of what I work with, you will have a better idea what to bring on day two.

The following materials will be provided for each person with a materials fee of $10.00:
• Aleen’s Tacky glue
• Gesso
• Acrylic paint  – an assortment of colors to use
• 300# watercolor paper to collage onto
• Misc. tools will be available to borrow, including paint and glue brushes, and some brayers
• Some collage materials to begin the process and add to your own collection

July 2011

Samuel Becerra

Flutes Made in the Ancient Mexican Tradition
Saturday, July 30, 2011 11am to 2pm & 4pm to 5pm
Sunday, July 31, 2011 12am to 2pm
$95 plus $10 materials fee
students must be 15 years of age and up

Clay flute making at Clay Space!!! Join us and learn to build a beautiful flute in the Mexican tradition. Learn about the pre-Columbian musical instruments of Mexico. We will cover the basics of building the head sculpture; mouth piece techniques and methods of adding an antique acrylic paint finish.

October 2011

Beverly Soasey
Artist | Graphic Designer | Gallery Director
Mixed Media: Collage and Assemblage Workshop
Saturday, October 15, 2011 1pm to 4 pm and
Sunday, October 16, 2011 1pm to 4pm
$90 plus $10 materials fee

My passion for collecting and combining objects and materials, to create my own style of art, is what I want to share in this workshop.
Come and be inspired! Learn techniques and ideas for collage, and learn about the things that inspire me. I will demonstrate many techniques and have you begin trying your hand at it on the first day. Then day two, we will dive into the creative process. I will discuss how to create texture and interest, how to apply papers and objects, and whatever comes to mind as we work. Whether you have experience or not, you’ll learn some of my techniques and combine your  personality into your own work of art. Leave with a wonderful piece of art to hang on your wall or offer as a springtime gift to a special friend.

Bev's workshops always center around her current work, so expect the content to reflect Bev's latest journey's!

Materials lists:
Students please bring:
• Paint brushes, medium size for acrylic paint and gesso. One cheap brush to use with glue – about a half inch-flat brush. I will have some paintbrushes on hand to loan out.
• Xacto knife
• Scissors
• Pencil
• Plastic containers for water and paint: 3 to 4 plastic food containers
  (they do not need to be too large – small yogurt or slightly larger)
• Palette for acrylic paint, glue and gesso, such as lids to the plastic food container…something you may just want to throw out at the end rather than wash up.
• A self-healing cutting mat, if you have one. I will bring some to loan out.
• Acrylic Brayer, if you have one. I will have a few on hand to loan.
• You’ll want to bring some collage materials. Example: old photos, pages from old books, odd images, etc. I prefer older papers and will demo why some do not work as well as others. Remember, don’t overload what you bring, as too many things will overwhelm you. After you see some of what I work with, you will have a better idea what to bring on day two.

The following materials will be provided for each person with a materials fee of $10.00:
• Aleen’s Tacky glue
• Gesso
• Acrylic paint  – an assortment of colors to use
• 300# watercolor paper to collage onto
• Misc. tools will be available to borrow, including paint and glue brushes, and some brayers
• Some collage materials to begin the process and add to your own collection


November 2011

Rogene Ma
ñas
Mixed Media Artist
Painted Torn Paper Collage Workshop
Saturday, November 12, 2011  10am-4:30pm with 1/2 hour break
$85.00 plus $5.00 materials fee

Create a work of art from bits of torn paper. Join mixed media artist Rogene Mañas for a one day workshop and learn some of her favorite techniques for making art with a few simple materials. This method is perfect for those looking for a flexible, forgiving, and fun way to be creative. This class is perfect for all skill levels. Learn a variety of designing, gluing, application, and acrylic painting techniques in just 6 hours. Bring your favorite papers and an open mind to try something new.

This is a great opportunity to create an iconic image or tribute to someone important to you by using a face in your collage that has meaning to you. Whether from an old photograph, book, or magazine, enlarge the face to about  2-3" in width using a laser copier. I prefer using black and white so I can add my own color. NO INKJET IMAGES!


Each student should bring:

One 8 x 10 or 9x12 canvas
Paint brushes for use with acrylic paint: few medium sizes plus a small one for detail (not soft water color brushes)
Collage papers: bring a small collection of papers in a color pallette that you like. Include prints, solids, borders, pages from old books, odd images, etc. Bring laser copies or color copies rather than using actual photos or magazine paper.
Elmer's Glue
Acrylic Matte Medium
Acrylic Paints: black, white, plus whatever colors you have including metallics
Scissors
Exacto knife

These shared materials will be provided for a $5.00 fee:
inspirational images to give you ideas
colored tissue paper
some color copies of faces and hands
some collage papers
some acrylic paints
soft vine charcoal
rags
plastic containers
matte boards
rubber stamps to use

If you have it bring: craft heat gun or hair dryer, rubber stamps

December 2011

James DeRosso

Monster Shoppe

Saturday, December 10, 2011  |  1:30pm-3:00pm & 4:00pm-5:30pm

Sunday, December 11, 2011     |  12:30pm-2:00pm

Workshop Fee: $20 per person


Join us as James returns with his popular Monster Shoppe! If you missed him last time, here's your chance! The session lasts 1.5 hours. You and your companion will have a fabulous time! See how James creates characters that "go bump in the night" and make your very own monster with James as your guide! Monsters can be picked up after firing is completed.


 




2010 Past Workshops




In cooperation with Fiesta Latina
Ernesto Guevara
Contemporary Mexican Potter
will hold a demonstration workshop at Clay Space
Saturday, September 25th
11am to 1pm & 2pm to 4pm


Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah
An American Indian Flute Making Workshop
July Workshop: 9, 10, 11
August Workshop: 20, 21, 22
Workshop Fee: $375



Ken O'Connell

Start Your Sketchbook Journey
Wednesday, July 21nd. 1pm to 4pm
Thursday, July 22nd. 1pm to 4pm
Workshop Fee: $85 plus materials list



Lesley Strother
Abstract Painting: The Next Brush Stroke!

Saturday, July 24th 
Workshop Fee: $85 plus materials list



James DeRosso

Monster Mash

Saturday, July 31 and Sunday, August 1

Workshop Fee: $20 per person



Shannon Hardin
Beginning Beaded Jewelry Design:
Saturday, August 14th  11am - 2pm  
Workshop Fee: $65 plus materials



Chef Chris Crosthwaite
Baking with Fire!
August 16th and 17th from 1 - 4pm
Class fee: $85



Ellen Davidson

Texturing & Slip Decorating Ceramics

Sunday, August 29th  11am - 1pm /break/ 2pm - 4pm
Workshop Fee: $40




Early 2010 Workshops



Ken O'Connell

Start Your Sketchbook Journey
Saturday, May 22nd. 1pm to 4pm and
Sunday, May 23rd. 12:30pm to 3:30pm



Judy Alison
Coptic Bound Journal Making
Thursday, April 15th. 6pm to 8:30pm and
Sunday, April 18th. 11am to 5pm

Fee: $100 plus materials fee


Rogene Mañas

Mixed Media Workshop: Paper Maché Clay and Collage
Saturday, April 24th. 10am to 2pm and
Sunday, April 25th. 1pm to 4pm

$95 plus materials list


 

Bob Richardson

Tile Decorating
Sunday, May 2nd, 10am to 2pm

$80 includes tile, glaze and firing of 2-3 tiles



Beverly Soasey

Artist | Graphic Designer | Gallery Director
Mixed Media: Collage and Assemblage Workshop
March 12 & 13, 2010
Friday, March 12, 7 to 9 p.m.

Saturday, March 13, 1 to 4 p.m.


 

Lesley Strother
Beginning Abstract Painting Workshop:
Explore your Personal Symbology
Saturday, March 6  10am-5pm (1hr lunch break) 
$85 plus materials list



Rogene Mañas

Mixed Media Workshop: Paper Maché Clay and Collage
February 20 & 21, 2010 
Saturday 10am-2pm | Sunday 1pm-4pm
$95 plus materials list

2009 Past Workshops

 


Samuel Becerra

Antara: Andean Flute Performance & Workshop
Saturday, July 25th



Robbie Lobell

Kitchen to Table Tops

An Introduction to Working with Flameware

July 7th - July 11th

5 days Hands-on Workshop
Fee: $450 / 10% discount for CS members


 

Faith Rahill

Exploring the Decorative
Technique of Neriage

July 18th and 19th
Fee: $155 / 10% discount for CS members


 

Bretton Sage Binford of Mudshark Studios

Introduction to Mold Making

& Slip Casting 
Saturday June 13th 10am-5pm and

Sunday June 14th 10am-4pm
Free Slide Presentation
Friday June 12th at 7:00pm
Cost: $200 for hands-on / $125 non member hands-off ($100 for members) / $65 non member 1 day ($55 member)

 


Dan Chen

Chop Making

Saturday, April 11,  1pm - 4pm



Susan Detroy
Transfer Methods Workshop
One Among Many: Mixed Media through Transfers
Sunday, April 5   11am-2pm
cost: $45 / $44 for CS members.
small materials fee $5-$8



Frank Gosar

Brushmaking Workshop

Saturday, March 28, 1pm - 4pm



Gil Harrison
Thrown & Handbuilt Vessels
Saturday, February 7th
10 am - 5 pm



Bev Soasey
Mixed Media Collage

Saturday, January 31
11am-4pm

$80 or $68 for Clay Space members / plus small materials fee

 


Dan Chen

Sculpture in Clay

Friday, January 23, 7pm (slide presentation)

Saturday, January 24, 10am - 5pm

$65 or $55 Clay Space members



Donna Crispin

Undulating Seagrass Basket

Saturday, January 17

10am - 4:30pm

$65 or $55 Clay Space members (plus $10-15 materials fee)



Katie Swenson

Special Effects with Porcelain
Saturday | January 10 11am-1pm (demo)  
Sunday | January 11 11am-4pm (hands-on)
Sunday  | January 18  11am-2pm

$150 or $125 Clay Space members  

 

2008 Past Workshops


Mary Hindman

Start to Finish

3 days Hands-On Workshop
September 6th, 7th, and 13th
$250 |  $200 for members of Clay Space



Yosuke Koizumi
Demonstration: Shimpo Rep

Saturday August 16th @ Clay Space 11am-2pm



Robert Barron

Slide Lecture
June 23rd 6pm @ Clay Space



Hank Murrow

New Ways to Begin, Alter & Finish Pots

Saturday June 14  |  9am to 5pm and

Sunday June 15  | 10am to 3pm


 

James DeRosso
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Aradia Myrrh
Donna Yutzy
Aradia Myrrh
James DeRosso
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
James DeRosso
James DeRosso
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Katie Swenson
Bob Richardson
Donna Yutzy
Kathleen Turner
Donna Yutzy
Inayoshi Osamu
Inayoshi Osamu
Donna Yutzy
Leah Howell
Katie Swenson
Rogene Mañas
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Leah Howell
Donna Yutzy
Tea Duong
Donna Yutzy

Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
James DeRosso
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
James DeRosso
Shannon Hardin
Donna Yutzy
Beverly Soasey
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Samuel Becerra
Donna Yutzy
Donna Yutzy
Rogene Mañas
Rogene Mañas
Rogene Mañas
Rogene Maņas
Shannon Hardin
Katie Swenson
Donna Yutzy
Faith Rahill
Lee Takasugi
Mi-Cree-Ni Quash-Mah
Ernesto Guevara
Rogene Maņas
Ken O'Connell
Ken O'Connell

Lesley Strother
Shannon Hardin
Chef Chris Crosthwaite
Chef Chris Crosthwaite
Ellen Davidson







Judy Alison
Donna Yutzy







Rogene Maņas
Rogene Maņas
Bob Richardson
Beverly Soasey
Lesley Strother
Samuel Becerra Andean Flute
Robbie Lobell
Robbie Lobell
Robbie Lobell
Faith Rahill
Brett Binford
Brett Binford
Gil Harrison
Bev Soasey
Susan Detroy
Katie Swenson
Frank Gosar
Dan Chen
Mary Hindman
Mary Hindman
Robert Barron
Hank Murrow