|How to Make Goddess Art in April with Kanika|
|Would you like to take a goddess workshop with me on April 9th and 16th? The first day will be spent forming and carving several Goddess-oriented projects, as well as painting the Goddess statue with underglazes, in preparation for kiln firing. The second date will be painting the remaining projects and finishing the statue with yarn, fabric, leather and/or wire. All materials will be provided, including clay, tools, glazes, firing twice in the kiln, wire for hanging, leather, yarn for hair, etc. No prior clay experience is needed. Here are some of the projects we will be making in that workshop. Please register online to save a seat in that class.|
|Register for the Goddess Art workshop here
Kanika infuses tribal colors with clay, glass, stone, fabric, and
recycled metal to stimulate your eyes, appeal to your emotions,
encourage your touch, and help you feel connected
to the Earth and to one another.