Clay Classes
:: Private Lesson, Small Groups or Parties

Handbuilding :: Individual or Groups
$40 per person ($35 per person for groups of six or more)
A 2-hour session to build your own mug.  At the end you can choose a glaze and I will glaze for you after its first firing.  Your piece will be ready in two to three weeks.
Price includes all materials and instruction.

Wheel Throwing :: 2 Hour Beginner | Basic Wheel Throwing
A 2-hour lesson that includes basic hands-on demonstration & instruction on the wheel, supervised wheel time with basic instruction to form up to 2-3 simple vessels (bowl/cup), and time for clean up at the end.
You will then have the option to come back in two weeks to glaze your pieces (approx. 1-2 hours) or I can glaze for you with a glaze of your choosing.
Your piece will be ready in two to three weeks.
Price includes all materials and instruction.

• Parties:: Wheel Throwing Party for three of more people
Contact me so we can work out the details for a great time!

Couples/Date Night Lesson :: 2 Hour Beginner | Basic Wheel Throwing
$140 for two
 (clay, glaze, and firing included)
Bring your special someone and have fun learning the basic techniques of wheel throwing. This is a relaxed time to explore pottery and enjoy a new experience.
Each participant will be able to create at least one piece (usually two) on the wheel.  Stacie will trim your pieces the next day then fire them. 
Approximately two weeks later you will be able come back and glaze them (or Stacie can glaze your pieces for you with your chosen colors)

Studio Location – Beulah Acres Community Center, Corinth, Texas

Bible Teaching :: The Potter and the Clay
• For large or small groups
Make it a part of a clay party or incorporate into a conference or Bible study.
The metaphor of God as the Master Potter and we humans as Clay is a powerful description of our relationship with the Lord.
It is a message I have spent time studying and would love to encourage you or your group with this wonderful teaching.

Contact me::

“We are the clay, and you are our potter.
All of us are the work of your hand.”
~Isaiah 64:8