Thursday, August 29, 2013

Work by Theresa Yondo
It has been a while since the last blog.  As an introvert, it is easy for me to get lost in projects and let a few things drop like blogging.  The summer has been full of work of course which included facilitating art therapy projects at the retirement community and studio work.  And other things such as vegetable gardening so we have food to eat throughout the year, house projects like cleaning and organizing and barn projects which include replacing the roof so the barn does not fall down.  You need to work hard to get what you have and then work harder to keep it!

As the fall gets a bit closer,  I am gearing up for a few things which you can read about below. 

Hello clay enthusiast!
Clay Class begins soon and will be 6 weeks long on Wednesday evening.
September 11th, 18th, 25th, August 2nd, 9th, and 16th.
The time is the same 6:30-9:00.  If anyone needs to come a bit after 6:00 and leave at 8:30 they can make arrangements ahead of time.
The cost is $150.00. 
Where?  See address at the end of this message.
There is one space open for throwing and three spaces open for handbuilding.
I will need to know if you will be
working on the wheel,
handbuilding or both.  Email me at the gmail account!

 Other news!!!
Heights Arts
All-Ohio Ceramics Invitational 
Curated by Tom Huck

Opening 6-9, Friday Sept 6, runs thru Oct 10.

This is a time to see some really great clay work by some really dedicated clay artists.  2175 Lee Road beside the Cedar-Lee Theatre

This work just delivered to Heights Arts! 

Teapot $150.00 Jar $45.00 Pitcher $45.00  Phone Heights Arts to purchase 216-371-3457

I have been opening my studio on the third Thursdays in the summertime and The next and last Third Thursday open studio in the summertime is on September 19th from 6-8, 13796 Chillicothe Rd in Novelty.


The SKELE shows are coming to Lakeland Community College and Loren Naji Studio Gallery (West 25th)!!!  More information to follow.