Learn to make clay soap dishes with North Carolina Potter, Brooke AveryPosted on 08/06/15
Asheboro, NC - Here’s a simple and fun summer project the whole family may enjoy on a Friday evening - make a clay soap dish at the Randolph Arts Guild! Pick out stamp forms or fabric pieces to decorate on top of clay slabs. Together with the help of N.C. Potter, Brooke Avery, choose and cut the soap dish form. Pick out a glaze and then pick it up the finished project at a later date. All materials are provided. $10 per soap dish project. This class meets on Friday, September 18. It is “drop-in style” from 5 p.m. -- 8 p.m. (plan on at least one hour for the project). This class is designed for all ages. Those under eight please bring an adult with you. No registration deadline. It is first come, first serve or until we run out of supplies. "Clay Soap Dishes" meets at the Randolph Arts Guild located at 123 Sunset Avenue in downtown Asheboro. For more information contact the guild at (336) 629 -- 0399.
Brooke Avery is a ceramic artist and pottery instructor who grew up grew up and currently resides in Trinity, NC. She graduated in 2008 from UNCG with a B.F.A. in Design. Brooke teaches pottery classes at the Randolph Arts Guild and is currently a working studio artist there. Her ceramic work can be found in Greensboro at the Center for Visual Arts and in Asheboro at Morings Fine Crafts and Brightside Gallery. Brooke is also the 2014 Chug & Chunk Women's Triathlon Champion.