Program Development and Children's Arts Coordinator
Anna teaches how to work with clay, keeping both children and adults engaged in their creative side.
Anna’s newest work in barnacles was inspired by a visit to a summer restaurant on Schoodic Peninsula. There was a display of plates that had been brought up from the bottom of the ocean, every-day china from 100 or more years ago, covered in natural barnacles. There was a beauty in those plates and intrigue in the relation of everyday life both above and below the water that she is in the process of exploring.
Anna is a passionate artist and great teacher. Her teaching style takes you through key points in learning how to work with clay, while keeping both children and adults engaged in their creative side.
|ID||Event Name||Duration||Start Date|
|Clay With Me: Parent And Child Wheel Class||2 Hours||August 9, 2017|
|Marbleized Paper||3 Days||August 7, 2017|
|Raku Pottery||1 Weeks||August 1, 2017|