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  1. Wanted: An used electric kiln working or not! I might consider a gas kiln as well. If it's working, I need to see it work, open boxes to expose possible wiring problems, continuously glowing elements etc ... if I am going to pay for it. Free non-working kilns are desirable also. Answer this ad and I will call you.
  2. Adobe Studio Clay and Basketry Classes for February Clay Class, Feb 14 – March 14, 2014, Fridays 10- noon 600p instruction; 200p materials fee: 800p total (instruction,10# clay, firing, misc materials) 300p deposit upon registration to hold your place in class. This class will cover the basics of hand building in clay and explore alternative techniques of firing and experimentation in natural coloring. Small class size will allow for beginners as well as those who have already had experience in clay to participate. The instructor is Steve Weckel who has had 14 years experience in working with clay, having explored many alternative techniques for firing and colorants. He also has studied with the Mata Ortiz potters in Casas Grande, Mexico. To register, adobestudiomx@gmail.com. Basketry Class, Feb 12- March 5. Wednesdays 10- noon. 400p (materials included) 100p deposit required to reserve your place in class. This class is for beginners and also for those that have already learned the basics and want to continue on a project they have started or begin with a new technique. We will be using all local, natural materials gathered from the Chapala area (reeds, vines, leaves). The instructor for this class is Jan Steinbright who has had over forty years experience in fiber arts and sculpture. Register early as class space is limited at: adobestudiomx@gmail.com. Address questions to Jan at above email.
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