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Visual Arts

Woodlawn Arts Academy’s visual arts program encompasses 2D and 3D art, including drawing, painting, photography, clay, glass and mixed media for all ages and levels of experience. We also offer private visual arts lessons.

yellow clay flower
ages 10-adult

Clay Flowers

Use a variety of methods to create flowers just in time for Valentine’s Day! For all one-day clay workshops, projects will not be painted in class. Your artwork will be given a coat of clear glaze and fired in Woodlawn’s kiln after the workshop has ended, and you will receive an email when it is ready for pickup. Images are representations of the projects to be made and may not be the exact project created in class. Clay workshops are meant for beginner learning experiences, and projects do not always turn out as expected.

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ages 6-9

Clay Coil Hearts

Using the coil method, create a wall-hanging heart to share with someone you love! For all one-day clay workshops, projects will not be painted in class. Your artwork will be given a coat of clear glaze and fired in Woodlawn’s kiln after the workshop has ended, and you will receive an email when it is ready for pickup. Images are representations of the projects to be made and may not be the exact project created in class. Clay workshops are meant for beginner learning experiences, and projects do not always turn out as expected.

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several pottery mugs
ages 14-adult

Clay German Steins

Create food-safe steins to celebrate the holidays! For all one-day clay workshops, projects will not be painted in class. Your artwork will be given a coat of clear glaze and fired in Woodlawn’s kiln after the workshop has ended, and you will receive an email when it is ready for pickup. Images are representations of the projects to be made and may not be the exact project created in class. Clay workshops are meant for beginner learning experiences, and projects do not always turn out as expected.

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ages 8-14

Clay Sweet Treats

Use the coil method to make lollipops, and use the pinch method and hand-building to create cupcakes and ice cream. You’ll have to stop yourself from eating the delicious creations! For all one-day clay workshops, projects will not be painted in class. Your artwork will be given a coat of clear glaze and fired in Woodlawn’s kiln after the workshop has ended, and you will receive an email when it is ready for pickup. Images are representations of the projects to be made and may not be the exact project created in class. Clay workshops are meant for beginner learning

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