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  1. Adobe Studio January 2016 Classes Fiber Arts Fundamentals—Spinning, Dyeing and Weaving 4 Mondays, January 11, 18, 25, February 1, 11am - 3pm Instructor: Brad Mowers (30 years experience in all fiber techniques; working artist and instructor 700p (instruction and materials) In this class you will get your hands on the essentials of the fiber arts. You will start working with wool fiber with a Mayan paddle spinner and spin the fiber into yarn. On the second day we will fire up natural dyes in primary colors – marigold for yellow, cochineal for red, and indigo for blue – and give your yarn brilliant coloration. On the two final days you will weave the yarn into your own constructions and patterns to take home. Raku Pottery Class 3 Tuesdays, January 12, 19, 26, 10am – 1pm. Joe Smith, instructor (40 years teaching experience) 850p (includes instruction, materials, glazes and firing) Raku is a six-hundred year-old Japanese tradition of firing pottery by loading pots into a hot kiln and 20 minutes later unloading the glowing hot pots and reloading with more pots. We will add the Western process of placing the red hot pots in combustible materials to bring out metallic sheens in the glazes. Students will have hands-on experience in all steps of the process. Hand-building and wheel-throwing will be taught in the class. No previous experience is necessary. Advanced students are welcome. Formed Paper Sculpture 3 Thursdays, January 7, 14, 21, 10 -1pm. Instructor, Jan Steinbright (40 years experience as working artist and teacher) 600p (instruction and materials) This class will cover the techniques of working with paper on wire as a sculptural medium. Students will make containers (baskets, bowls), masks, free standing figures and much more. Each class requires 100p deposit to reserve place. Class size is limited so register early. For information and or register, contact Jan: adobestudiomx@gmail.com.
  2. Second Raku Pottery Class Joe Smith, instructor Three Tuesdays, October 20& 27, Nov 3, 10am – 1pm. 850p (includes instruction, materials, glazes and firing) (100p deposit to hold place in class) Raku is a six-hundred year-old Japanese tradition of firing pottery by loading pots into a hot kiln and 20 minutes later unloading the glowing hot pots and reloading with more pots. We will add the Western process of placing the red hot pots in combustible materials to bring out metallic sheens in the glazes. Students will have hands-on experience in all steps of the process. Hand-building and wheel-throwing will be taught in the class. No previous experience is necessary, but advanced students are welcome. Joe Smith has over 40 years experience teaching. To register, contact Jan at adobestudio@gmail.com
  3. Adobe Studio Next Round of Basketry Classes: Feb 26, March 5 & 12, 11-2pm $450 p instruction and materials--$100p deposit to reserve place in class.) In this class, we will be working at all levels of experience. Beginners will learn the basic basketry techniques using natural materials gathered from the Chapala area (reeds, vines, bark).Others may wish to continue with projects already begun or learn a new technique or experiment with man-made materials such as yarn and other fibers. Jan Steinbright is the instructor. She has had over forty years experience in fiber arts and sculpture, is a teacher and a working artist. To register, adobestudiomx@gmail.com Raku Pottery at Adobe Studio Joe Smith, 40 years teaching experience Two Mondays, February 23, March 2, 10am – 1pm. 800p (includes instruction, materials, glazes and firing) (100p deposit to hold place in class) Raku is a six-hundred year-old Japanese tradition of firing pottery by loading pots into a hot kiln and 20 minutes later unloading the glowing hot pots and reloading with more pots. We will add the Western process of placing the red hot pots in combustible materials to bring out metallic sheens in the glazes. Students will have hands-on experience in all steps of the process. Hand-building and wheel-throwing will be taught in the class. No previous experience is necessary, but advanced students are welcome. Raku means "felicity" or "enjoyment". To register: adobestudiomx@gmail.com
  4. Adobe Studio Announces Raku Classes and Fish Printing Raku Pottery at Adobe Studio Joe Smith, 40 years teaching experience Two Mondays, March 23 & 30, 10am – 1pm. 800p (includes instruction, materials, glazes and firing) (100p deposit to hold place in class) Raku is a six-hundred year-old Japanese tradition of firing pottery by loading pots into a hot kiln and 20 minutes later unloading the glowing hot pots and reloading with more pots. We will add the Western process of placing the red hot pots in combustible materials to bring out metallic sheens in the glazes. Students will have hands-on experience in all steps of the process. Hand-building and wheel-throwing will be taught in the class. No previous experience is necessary, but advanced students are welcome. Raku means "felicity" or "enjoyment". To register: adobestudiomx@gmail.com (100 p deposit to hold class space) Fish Printing, Tuesday , March 24, 11:00 -3:00 p.m 450 pesos instruction and materials Instructor, Candace Spence In this workshop, you will learn how to properly print a fish to maximize it's detail. Only the most basic skills are needed and the end results are spectacular! We will be printing on paper and unprimed canvas. If you wish to print on your own clothing please bring your own cotton T-shirt or other cotton article. Instructor: Candace Spence has been an artist/educator for over 20 years and works in many mediums teaching adults and children. Along with having her own children's art camp in San Diego she was an art teacher for several private schools in the U.S., Candace also taught art workshops including Gyotaku at the Children's Museum in Escondido, CA and at the Children's Museum in Louisiana. During her stay lakeside she has organized and lead several collaborate art journal workshops. Class size is limited so register early. $100p deposit is required to hold your place in class. To register, contact: adobestudiomx.@gmail.com
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