Our Annual Clay-bor Day Weekend Retreat will take place over September 3-5. Demos will be scheduled for Saturday and Sunday and broadcast via Zoom; Monday will be open workspace at LeMoyne (no Zoom).
- Three days at LeMoyne Art Education Center to create and relax with friends
- Three days of complimentary coffee service
- Three days of catered lunches
- Demos via Zoom, Saturday and Sunday Only
- On-site workspace all three days
|Full Event Registration (on site with lunches)||$50.00|
|Remote Participant (Saturday and Sunday)||$25.00|
|Saturday Only (on site with lunch)||$20.00|
|Sunday Only (on site with lunch)||$20.00|
|Monday Only (on site with lunch)||$20.00|
While we are still working out the schedule, we’re excited to introduce our guest artists for the Clay-bor Day Retreat. More details to follow!
Berdell hails from the Pacific Northwest and will be offering two demos: Monet Cane and Mokume Gane with Rainbow Foils. She also a talented watercolor artist. Here is her profile page at the Portland Fine Arts Guild Page: https://www.portlandfineartsguild.org/berdell.html.php
She’s a regular participant on the IPCA Zoom events and is an inventor!
Joan is a Vancouver-based artist known for her texture stamps and her polymer clay color cards, as well as polymer clay jewelry and whistles. Joan will be demonstrate containers with tight-fitting lids. If you’d like to work along with her, we’ll be sending out instructions to complete part of the container in advance.
Denise is a Spanish-language teacher in Connecticut as well as serving as the Vice President-Communications for the International Polymer Clay Association. Her work is featured in the Optimism exhibit at the Lexington Art Guild, where she was awarded Honorable Mention from juror Kathleen Dustin.
She loves mixing media and will be demonstrating a variety of mixed media techniques involving gemstones, beads, bling, and more!