Christmas Trees: A Tradition In Clay

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Crealdé School of Art says
Christmas Trees:
A Tradition in Clay

An Adult-Child Workshop
with Douglas Bringle
www.douglasbringle.com

December 6 and 13
1-4 p.m. both Sundays, Studio 7

Registration deadline: One week prior.
Members $100, non-members $120 #WKYA2

Make colorful clay Christmas trees, complete with your personal handmade ornaments. Directions are clear, so everyone can create a yuletide treasure in this two-day workshop. Registration includes the cost of an adult and a child.

Doug Bringle is an award-winning ceramicist, exhibiting artist and Senior Faculty member at Crealdé School of Art, where he teaches children and adults. He is a graduate of the University of Florida and has been working in clay for 17 years. His work is handbuilt using traditional slab, pinch and coil techniques. The art of the pre-Columbian cultures, ancient Egypt and bronze age China especially appeals to the artist. He continues to study Ceramics under Vincent Sansone, Director of Ceramics & Sculpture at Crealdé.
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By: Crealdé School of Art

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