Studio Workshops

Pansy, Pansy, Pansy We had a wonderful class Saturday with Ceramic Educator David Hoff in California via Zoom. Students came here and we painted together, watching it on our big-screen TV. A Walk in the Woods is David’s next workshop on Saturday, July 24th at 1:00 EDT. You can come here and paint along. Arrive at 12:30 to transfer pattern. Cost is $27 + $11 for bisque and paints. You do not have to be a member of MVCT to participate. Let me know ahead of time if you are coming so I will print enough patterns.

lTraditional Fruit Bowl is a Club David project that I will be teaching on Saturday, July 10th. We will paint on a large bowl and the cost is $20 which includes all supplies, the tech sheet, and the lesson.

Plant Lady is a large planter with lilacs all around. It is the next Club David project and I will teach it if there is any interest. Workshops that I teach are typically $20.

Stroke & Coat Mayco Product Workshop is on Wendesday, June 30th at 11:00. There is no charge except for supplies.

Desisgner Liner Mayco Product Workshop is on July 22nd, 11:00-1:00. No charge except for supplies.

Carol’s Carousel Creations

Where having Fun is why we come!

About carolscarouselcreations

I am a retired math teacher. My jusband and I have been pouring, cleaning, firing, and painting ceramics since 1970 and have been teaching since 1972. We are both Duncan certified and members of IADCCT (International Association of Duncan Certified Caramic Teachers) and MVCT (Mahoning Valley Ceramic Teachers), a local chapter in North East Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. We have a home studio where we teach Technique Workshops and have Open Class time. We also have a party van which we take to local nursing homes. A new addition in 2020 is our online Facebook Live classes/demonstrations. We have two Etsy stores AfAfKidsNFriends for our African-American pieces and CarolsCarouselShoppe for our carousels. Find us on Facebook at CarolsCarouselCreations or send us an email to
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