Handbuilding: Exploring Sculpture - Tuesday Mornings with Faryn Fee (6/7/22-7/12/22), 10AM-1PM
Clay Studio SB

Handbuilding: Exploring Sculpture - Tuesday Mornings with Faryn Fee (6/7/22-7/12/22), 10AM-1PM

Regular price $360.00 $0.00 Unit price per

Dates: Tuesday, June 7th – July 12th (6 weeks)

Times: 10AM–1PM

Price: $360 (glaze, 1st bag of clay, firing, instruction and drop-in open studio time included). Tools and additional clay available for purchase at Clay Studio.

Description: This course is open to beginners as well as seasoned sculptors alike. Utilizing an art history context to fuel the momentum of potential for figurative, narrative hand building. This course is designed to build up each person's creative perspective and artistic languages to cultivate unique manifestations of clay. From figures to reliefs to drinking vessels and more, an emphasis on pushing our creative boundaries as well as clays boundaries to realize a vision will be at the forefront of each guided project. It is ideal for those looking for inspiration on an individual level as well as profiting from group discussion and setting. 

Drop-in open studio hours will be available for this course: Students are welcome to come in to Clay Studio during our Open Studio Lab hours to work independently on Sundays from 11AM-4PM, Mondays from 10AM-1PM, Tuesdays from 4PM-8PM, and Fridays from 10AM-1PM. Please note that Open Studio Lab hours are subject to change.

Covid-19 Vaccination Mandate: Starting February 1, 2022, Clay Studio will require all employees, teachers, members and students to be vaccinated in order to enter the studio. You must show your vaccination card, a photo of your vaccination card or your SMART Health Card Record from Ca.gov to a Clay Studio employee on your first day of class. You may also email a photo of the above to info@ClayStudioSB.org.

Instructor:  Faryn Fee

About your instructor: Faryn Fee received a Bachelor of Fine Art from Paris College of Art in France. Whilst studying she took a year abroad to Brooklyn, New York to focus on ceramics and metaphysics at Pratt Institute. Since graduating she has been in a dedicated independent studio practice developing her visual language. Being that she developed a very tight bond to clay through classical training, her practice is one of breaking the mold of orthodox treatment of clay while involving a culmination of materials such as paper mache, plaster, resins as well as natural materials like algae, moss, mycelium and more. With a deep respect for the ancient medium that is clay, she values very deeply the intuitive nature of the experience of working with it. Which is why as a teacher her specialty and love is developing each person's unique expressive language with clay.