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Cups, Cups, Cups Pottery Class with Lynn Wood

  • Lodi Community Art Center 110 West Pine Street Lodi, CA, 95240 United States (map)

Join us for a day of fun getting down and dirty making clay cups with the texture queen Lynn Wood.

Lynn will provide pre-rolled clay and tools and patterns. All you need is a sharp pair of scissors but if you have clay tools you can bring them. This class is open to everyone’s skill level. For beginners and skilled potters alike. Members of the Lodi Art Center or the San Joaquin Potters guild receive a discount.

Class Fees : Members of LCAC And SJPG$75     Non Members $85

Class fees are payable upon registration, registration must be received by August 7, 2017 to reserve space in class. Class size is limited to 12 people. Cancellation may be done for full refund by August 7, 2017. Cancellation after that date may be refunded if a replacement is found for the class.

Lodi Art Center reserves the right to cancel the class if registration is less than 8 students. All funds will be refunded if the LCAC cancels the class. We will break for lunch, attendees may bring lunch or order from Alicia’s, the Mexican restaurant down the street from the gallery. We will take orders so food will be ready for lunch break.

***  Members of the SJPG have offered to fire cups for attendees without kilns. 

Mail Form and check to:
Lodi Art Center
PO Box 878
Lodi CA 95241 

Or deliver directly to Lodi Art Center at 110 W. Pine, Lodi

A Little about Lynn

Clay has been a joy in my life since early childhood. This passion continued into college where, although an education major, I spent a tremendous amount of time in the clay studio. While teaching elementary school,

I began pursuing clay more seriously, taking professional level workshops and classes. At that time, I started teaching ceramics in SF, also.

At age 40, I made the transition to full time potter. I never looked back or regretted the decision. Clay has been my best teacher,

The appeal of childhood is still sustained: it responds so readily to the touch, directing me and challenging me to continue the exploration. For me the process is meditative: it allows ideas to develop and the clay’s basic nature has a voice in each piece I create.

I am an exhibiting member of ACGa for over 25 years. I taught pottery for 28 years art the Sharon Art Studio in San Francisco. I sell my work at variety of craft fairs including the ACC shows in both SF and St. Paul. Additionally, I sell my work at the Bellevue Arts Museum fair in Seattle.