8 Sessions: Wednesdays – July 26; August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; September 6, 13
Use several clay construction and embellishing techniques to create a set of decorative dinner plates, bowls, and mugs. This will include utilizing plants, tools, and found objects to build richly layered impressions.
Instructor: Léni Paquet-Morante (BFA Mason Gross School of the Arts) has been interpreting landscape through a contemporary lens for over thirty years through painting, drawing, print, and sculptural projects. Her interest in shallow water systems includes puddles and storm drains, marshlands and creeks, tidal fields, and tide pools. Widely exhibited in the New Jersey region since 1984, she has work in the current NJ State Museum’s Arts Annual. Raised in Maryland, she moved to NJ in 1984 to create sculpture at the Johnson Atelier. Her studio is in the Motor Exhibit Building at Grounds for Sculpture.