Haunted House Luminary Workshop
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About the Event
Join us for an eerie workshop to create a Victorian era haunted house luminary that’s sure to get you in the mood for All Hallows Eve! Julie Latayan brings together her love for Halloween and her enthusiastic teaching style to create an exciting seasonal ceramic workshop.
Julie will guide participants as they create a slab based haunted house equipped with a removable roof, big enough to fit an LED tea candle that gives off a ghoulish glow. Working with paper clay allows participants a great amount of freedom and yields striking results. All work will be available for pick up the following week after Julie has time to fire the sculptures.
Students must bring their own lunch or dine out at one of the restaurants in walking distance from the gallery. This event also coincides with Sanford’s weekly farmers market which usually has a nice selection of food vendors.
Space is extremely limited therefore all reservations must be booked and paid for in advance.
About the teacher: A self-taught artist, Julie began her career as a painter and muralist. Her love of art and wish to share her talents led her to teach high school art for five years, and later open her own gallery/studio. When Julie is not exhibiting at art fairs or filling gallery orders, she now teaches sculpting workshops for adults and children. She is an accomplished carpenter, handyman, wife, and mom. Safety precautions:
- We require all students to wear a mask.
- Students will be seated at their own six-foot table, located at a safe distance away from others.
- If you have been sick or you have been in contact with a sick person, we ask that you stay home.