Clay Sculpting: Mini Mushrooms & Owls

03.18.2023 10:00 am -1:30 pm
Duwamish River Community Hub
8600 14th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Duwamish River Community Hub

Event Details

This March, Elizabeth Zosel, artist and founder of Miniezshop, will teach use how to sculpt with polymer clay, a material that’s perfect for baking in batches and sculpting tiny forest friends.

We’ll start the morning by learning about Elizabeth’s journey and see examples of miniature sculpting. Then, we’ll sit in small groups as we learn how to work well with polymer clay, including prepping, mixing, shaping, and baking.

During the workshop, we’ll craft two types of miniatures – mushrooms and owls – and have the option to turn them into charms, earrings, pins, or plant stakes. Each student will get to take materials home with them to continue their sculpting journey. 

Your sculptures will be baked onsite during the workshop, which means you’ll have your own pieces ready to take home by the end of the day!

Students: Please sign up by Tuesday, March 7th to reserve supplies and save your seat!

About the artist

Elizabeth is a self taught sculptor based in Washington State. She’s been working with clay since she was two and is dedicated to sharing the love of sculpting with you via miniature polymer clay figurines, diy kits and tutorials.

leading this workshop

Megan Ingalls

AIGA LINK Program Director

Arts & Design Administrator

Oscar Bartos

Workshop Coordinator

Elizabeth Zosel

Guest Artist

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