Richmond Hill, Ontario L4C 6M2
Years Teaching: 20
Years Teaching Clay: 1
Years Working w/Clay: 20
School or Studio: Studio
Specialties: Paper arts
First Experience With Clay: As a potter, have worked with various clays for years. Dabbled in this as another medium, and now teach beginner level and apply many of the same hand building clay techniques to polymer clay.
Past Teaching Experiences: Calligraphy/paper arts instructor. Mad about rubber stamping and anything to do with the decoration/creation of paper. Currently have also discovered beading/jewlery making which also led me to polymer clay, in the making of my own beads.
Publication Experience: Local calligraphy/rubberstamping magazines
Teaching Level: Professional
- Private Lessons:
Class Prep Time: 2-3 hours (unless I am creating a new class/project in which case it would be one-two days)
- Group Lessons: Yes
- Minimum Number of Students: 4
- Maximum Number of Students: 15
- How Far Will Travel: One hour drive
- Reimbursed Expenses: Most to all of my supplies
Maximum Consecutive Days Teaching: 6
Class Listings & Descriptions: Polymer Clay 101 - the basics
Words of Encouragement to Novice Teachers:
"Read, read, read and then do. You can never offer too much to your students in samples, information, or instruction."
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