Adult workshops are for participants 18 years and older unless otherwise noted in the workshop description.

Adult and Teen Workshops

#649 – Color My World! Applying and Making Porcelain Colored Slips

Cheryl Baduini Zaricki

Bring your creative mind and enthusiasm! Join this informative 2-day workshop to explore how applications of colored slips can be incorporated into one's own ceramics. Students will learn how to use colored mason stains and porcelain to make colored slips. Also, students will have the chance to use the colored slips to make at least two pieces of artwork. Projects completed at the workshop will be fired and available for pick-up.

Glazes, clay, and bisque firing included. Lunch will be provided both days.  A lunch order form will be provided following your registration.

Students should bring:

Enthusiasm and a creative mind
Notebook and pen
Mid-size brushes
Exacto knife for trimming clay
Texture stamps
Bring pony rollers if you have one


I love working with clay because it brings me back to nature’s basic elements. For the last fifteen years my focus has been on wheel-throwing, hand-building, and using color for decorating my ware. Recently, I spent two years taking classes at Baltimore Clayworks in Maryland and am an advanced ceramics student at the Renee Foosaner Education Center.

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SelectDayDateTimeSeating LimitStatus
Saturday, SundaySep 27, 2014 – Sep 28, 201410:00 am – 4:00 pm4 Seat(s) AvailableOpen

Total $150.00

#646 – Plein-Air Workshop with Larry Leach

Larry Leach

Larry Leach has been painting for over 30 years and is primarily known for his landscape paintings, which are characterized by a unique emphasis on light and space.

In this 1-day workshop, Leach will teach in areas including composition, mark-making, and exploring the play between realism and abstraction with students. Students will create one piece from beginning to completion.  Leach will also critique up to 5 finished pieces if the student wishes.  

The workshop will take place at Eau Gallie’s historic Pineapple Park, utilizing the heavily wooded, waterfront landscape. Students will meet at the Renee Foosaner Education Center.

Students should bring:

Packed lunch, water and suncreen

1 surface, 20"x30"

Media of choice 

Easel (suggested, not required)


This workshop is presented in conjunction with the Foosaner Art Museum's exhibition Luminous Landscapes: Paintings by Larry Leach, on viewOctober 18, 2014 – January 4, 2015.

Larry Leach has been painting since the mid-1960s. He is primarily known for his landscape paintings, which are characterized by a unique emphasis on light and space. Leach has taught painting and drawing at Louisiana State University and Lamar University in Texas, and currently acts as an outreach artist for ColArt America.

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SelectDayDateTimeSeating LimitStatus
SaturdayOct 18, 2014 – Oct 18, 201410:00 am – 4:00 pm10 Seat(s) AvailableOpen

Total $200.00

Children's Workshops