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Clay: Hard Work but So Worth It

One of the challenges of studio work is organizing “messy” materials with large classes.  Some teachers might be hesitant to work with paint or clay because of the possibility that the materials won’t be used properly, clean-up will be too … Continue reading

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Clay Connections, part 2

Last night, Nipigon held their first annual Relay for Life event to help raise funds to fight cancer.  The organizing committee should be commended for their willingness to start a new tradition in our area that will benefit so many … Continue reading

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Clay Connections

This past weekend, my daughter discovered some beautiful clay in a stream (my children call this area ‘the gully’) behind our house.  The clay is surprisingly smooth, and is easy to harvest in shallow water since it is already divided … Continue reading

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