Clay Creation is a supportive environment where you can explore your creativity with clay. We will help you develop the skills to make clay the right medium for many ideas.

Our skilled teaching staff help students with technical and aesthetic aspects of the ceramic arts. And our extraordinary team of lab assistants and the members help keep the studio organized and clean.


The membership of Clay Creation consists of a combination: novice ceramic artist/potters, hobbyist, very experienced artists, and everything in between.


 
Welcome
Come PLAY 
WITH CLAY
If you have always wanted to learn pottery, you are in the right place. If you are already a potter, but want to learn some new techniques and refine your style, you'll love our instructors and working around our creative group of members.

The studio offers one-on-one instruction in wheel-throwing and hand-building. Work at your own pace, no experience necessary, small class size (limited to 12 students per class).
For the experienced potter, we can offer access to the studio 6 days a week to pursue your own creative work. 
(However, because of the number of students and size of our studio, Clay Creation is not the right place for production pottery.)

We offer a variety of options to accommodate students with various of skills, interest and schedules:
Classes are offered mornings and evenings: 
INSTRUCTORS:
Geoffrey Nicastro
Travis Adams
Andrea Dama-McCullough 
Videos from Clay Creation's owner Geoffrey Nicastro
Browse our links to learn more about our studio and how you can become a part of the rewarding experience of working with clay.
http://claycreation.org/schedule.htmhttp://claycreation.org/tuition.htmClasses.htmlClasses.htmlClasses.htmlhttp://www.galleryforrent.com/http://www.rawartists.org/stashquatchhttp://www.andreadana.com/p/gallery.htmlVideos.htmlClasses.htmlshapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1shapeimage_4_link_2shapeimage_4_link_3shapeimage_4_link_4shapeimage_4_link_5shapeimage_4_link_6shapeimage_4_link_7shapeimage_4_link_8
Come  See  The  Studio
At Clay Creation we consider pottery 
a specialized form of sculpture