Create with Clay Day
June 4th 11:30 to 4:30pm ~ OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Sorry if you missed it - here's a LINK to some of the Bottles of Hope that were made
West Haven Public Library
Making Time • Making Art • Making Friends
Ready to try something new? To explore your artistic side
(even if you think you don't have one)? Do you like trying new things at no cost to you?
Do you know someone who has had a rough day? You both need to play with CLAY!
Polymer clay is a fun, easy to use art medium with colors for everyone. Come join us on June 4th at the West Haven Library, and get your hands into it! We will provide all the clay and tools, and some ideas; you bring your fingers. We'll teach you how you can use polymer clay to make items from sculptures to jewelry to home decorations. Age 15 and up due to sharp tools
We'll also be making Bottles of Hope, small former medicine bottles that we
re-purpose into Bottles of Hope, which are freely distributed to anyone who is dealing with the struggles of cancer. If you too know someone who is dealing with cancer or a survivor, you are encouraged to bring your personally made Bottle of Hope to them. And hopefully make some for us to distribute to others.
Hosted at the West Haven Library 300 Elm St West Haven, Ct 06516
The Booth Library in Newtown has an exhibit of polymer clay art with items on display by Tracy VanBuskirk and Lisa Procaccini. BOH are there too!
The exhibit will be in place thru the end of May. Come visit if you find yourself in the area.