Besides using a pottery wheel, the easiest way to manipulate clay is to threaten to rebury it in the dark, sandy hole where you found it. Turn clay to putty in your hands with this Groupon.
$55 for a two-month “Try Us” membership (a $110 value)
- Open access to the studio on Tuesday–Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.
- Use of the glaze room and kilns
- One storage cubicle for clay
- One drying shelf for unfired pieces<p>
The Clay Center of St. Petersburg
The smooth, rounded teapots and plates of Lyn Van Voorst. The modern shapes and exaggerated textures sculpted. Pat Underwood's dreaming woman, who has a bird's nest where her heart should be. These are just a few of the creations from the resident artists at The Clay Center of St. Petersburg. Here, many of these artists, including Van Voorst and Underwood, lead classes in pottery construction, teaching students how to transform clay into dishes, sculptures, and busts of their favorite landlord. The artists also display their pieces in the center's gallery, which guests can peruse during class breaks or events.