Make functional and decorative pottery with wheel-throwing and hand-building techniques.Create your own vases, mugs, sculptures, boxes, tiles, bowls, pitchers, plates, planters, windchimes and more.Call Laura Kolinski-Schultz to register for classes at (330) 324-9319 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Six-Week class tuition of $150.00 includes one 25 lb bag of clay, glazes and firing. Only clay purchased here may be used here. There is an additional fee of $10.00for tuition paid after the first day of class. More clay is available at $40.00 per 25 lb bag (only clay purchased here will be fired here). We have tools here for you to use during class.Private lessonsand daytime classes may bearranged. Private lesson tuition: $60 per 2-hr lesson. Wear play clothes!
The next session of classes begins
the week of October 21, 2019.
Space is limited, so call or email soon to register. If classes are full, I will put your name on the waiting list for a class. (330) 324-9319 or email@example.com.
Special note: due to some students' sensitivities, please do not wear perfume, cologne or strongly scented oils to class.
*Registration policy: Students may register for classes on a first come, first served basis with preference given to students who are currently in a class. If classes fill up, a waiting list will be started. A check for the tuition will hold your place.
Some recent work made by my students:
Edie Hamilton, Blue and White Teaset, 2018
Tamra Parcell, Black Teapot, 2018
Susan Mentrak, White Rabbit Teapot, 2018
Mold Making Workshop
To schedule a workshop call (330) 324-9319, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Minimum number of participants: 4, maximum: 6. We will meet on two Sunday afternoons for 4 hours each day.
Create your own plaster press molds in this two-day workshop. You will make several molds in this workshop including a sprig mold, a texture mold, a mold for making tiles and a two part press mold.
Tuition: $125 payable to Laura Kolinski-Schultz. Tuition includes plaster and the use of all necessary mold making tools in the studio. You will need your own clay to make your originals and to seal the mold boards. Call (330) 324-9319 or email email@example.com for more information and to register for the workshop.
Make a serving bowl or decorative vase for your table!
Two Sunday afternoons, 2 - 4 pm each day.
You will be able to pick up your finished piece one week later.
Tuition: $65 includes clay, glazes and firing. Checks should be made payable to Laura Kolinski-Schultz and are due one week before the workshop. If mailing, please send to 6217 Chermont St. NW, Canton, OH 44718. To schedule a workshop, call me at (330) 324-9319, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Autumn Bowl by Student
To the left is an example of the type of bowl you might make in a workshop. It is a large serving bowl, textured with leaf imprints and glazed with autumn colors.
On the right is an example of an Ikebana vase.
Ikebana Vase by Denise MacNealy
In addition to any officially scheduled workshop, you may schedule a two day workshop if you have 4 to 6 people interested in signing up. Usually workshops are scheduled for a couple of Sunday afternoons, two hours each day, one week apart. But more involved projects may take more time.
Some of the 2-day workshop projects we have done in the past: pumpkin jars, bowls, mugs, vases, lidded texture boxes, ornaments. More complicated projects like teapots or mold making require at least 4 classes. Contact me for workshop prices.
Click on the picture for a larger image.
Autumn Fruit Teapot, 2015
Owl Vase, 2015
Horus Jar, 2015
*Private lessons in HAND-BUILDING or THROWING for young people and adults are available at $30 per hour for adults (minimum 2 hours), $40 per class for children. Children's private lessons are 1 1/2 hours long. Clay, Glazes and Firing are included in Children's private lesson fees. *Classes and workshops for young people (8 to 16 years old) may be arranged. This includes Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and Home Schooled children. Four-week session: $75 per student. Children's classes are 1 1/2 hours long. Class fee includes all materials. Minimum: 4, Maximum: 8.
*Alternate class dates and times for groups may be arranged if you have 4 to 6 people who wish to take a class.
*If you miss a class, you may make it upwithin the same sessionby attending a scheduled class on another day if there is room.
*I will only fire clay that you purchase from me, and only with the glazes I have here!
*If you have clay left over after a class session ends, you may make pieces at home and I will bisque fire them for you, up to 6 weeks following the end of your class.
* If you need to glaze your work here after your session has ended you will need to schedule and pay for a private lesson, or register for another 6-week session of classes.
Laura Kolinski-Schultz has taught pottery to children and adults at the Canton Museum of Art and at her home studio since 1990. She has a B.A. in Art from Mount Union College and a B.S. in Art Education from Kent State University.
She has studied with Taiwanese artists Yih Wen Kuo and Ah Leon at Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina. She is a member of the Canton Ceramic Artists Guild and participates in local art shows.
Her studio is located in Jackson Township. You can reach her at (330) 324-9319 or email@example.com.