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Decorative Clay Signs

This is an art class led by local art teacher, Susan Couden.

Join us for a fun evening craft, where you will be able to make your own clay sign that air dries. Students can design their signs with color and decorate them with natural materials to create a lovely holiday decor item or gift! Sip on a glass of wine while working and pick up some tips and tricks for working with clay to continue creating your own works of art after the class!

No clay experience is necessary. Materials will be provided except students are asked to either wear clothes they don’t mind getting paint and clay dust on or bring a smock or apron to wear.

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Instructor: Susan Couden Longtime Bexley resident Susan Couden is an artist who loves to learn about new ideas. She has found those ideas in relationships with her family, her students, her community, and in nature. She is a founding teacher of The Columbus Jewish Day School, designed family programs for the Columbus Museum of Art and the Wexner Center, and worked with students in the Linden area as a member of the Children of the Future Americorps program. She enjoys farming in the Garden District’s giving gardens and beautifying the Bexley Alleys with murals in the Love Your Alley project.