OPEN CLAY STUDIO
SATURDAYS | 10 AM TO 2 PM
WEDNESDAYS | 6 PM TO 9 PM
$5/hour drop-in or purchase open clay studio cards ($45 for 10 hours, $90 for 20 hours)
Kris Saxton will be hosting a self-directed open clay studio where Cottonwood pottery students can build on their skills learned in class. This is also a great environment where more experienced potters can build on their previous knowledge and skills. Bring your own tools and use our facilities. Several types of clay can be purchased at Cottonwood through Kris. Call 719-520-1899 or 970-396-9954 for more information.
All ages are welcome, although we do ask for an adult to accompany children under 16 years old to help facilitate in their learning experience.
Kiln firing available for $0.10 (ten cents) per ounce for a finished piece.
FRIDAYS | 9 AM TO 12 PM | $10
Join us weekly for life drawing with a live model. Short, long and portrait poses. No reservations needed.
ARTING WITH JESS
THURSDAYS | 6 PM TO 8 PM | $25 WALK-IN
INSTRUCTOR: JESS PREBLE
THIS CLASS IS AT KREUSER GALLERY
125 E. BOULDER STREET
Arting with Jess, presented by Cottonwood at Kreuser Gallery, is an open-studio-style opportunity to work on artwork in progress or start a new piece. Every open studio will feature an inspiring still life set-up, available input from an experienced teacher, and the company of other artists of all skill levels.
It is recommended that you have taken at least one art course prior to participating in an open studio, as step-by-step instruction is not provided, but all skill levels and mediums are welcome. If you have a piece that you’ve hit a roadblock on, and want a nudge in the right direction to bring it to completion, or if you want to work side by side with other artists in a fun environment, open studio is for you!
Come listen to music, make new friends, and make art in a fresh and lively setting! 125 E. Boulder Street
A limited amount of table-top easels are provided on a first come-first served basis, or bring your own. There may be some art supplies on hand to experiment with, but please bring your own as well.