Do you have a project you want to work on that you never get to in a regular class? This open studio provides a chance to focus on your own projects but still get advice on technique, skill development, and design from an experienced instructor. Work on teapots, lamps, backsplashes, sculpture and what have you. Bring your ideas to the first day of class.
Nancy Lyon holds a BFA from Rhode Island College. She is a studio potter and has her own pottery business. She has been teaching adults and children for over 20 years.
Pottery Supplies: Clay and tools may be purchased through the Pottery Shop on the first day of class (checks only) Tool kit is $17. Fee of $33 for 25 lbs. of clay includes glazes and firing fees. Students may fire up to 30 lbs. of bone dry clay per month and may practice in the studio 7 days a week, from 8 am to 10 pm, if there is not another class in session.
Our annual Holiday Sale, now in it's 44th year, will feature original, handcrafted work in a variety of media, including pottery, jewelry, painting, photography and more. Made locally by members of the South County Art Association, there will be work to suit all budgets for your Holiday gift giving needs.
Nov. 28 - Dec. 20, 2014: Wed-Sun, 10am - 6pm
Opening receptions are held the first Thursday of each exhibition from 7 to 9 pm unless otherwise noted.
If you would like to make a gift to the South County Art Association, please click the donate button below. Your gift is separate from membership dues, and may be tax deductible.
There are nine artist studios for rent in two sizes.
Studios are for artists working in non-clay, non-stone/wood carving uses only. Painting, drawing, textile, and electronic media are all fine.
Please come visit from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday, to view the space. Call (401) 783-2195 for more information, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability. We always keep a short waiting list running for those who are interested in the next available space.