In partnership with Queer the land, thank you!!!
Create your own ceramic pieces!
For beginners pottery wheel classes:
We will begin learning to center with 10oz of clay and move up as we grow confidence to. Group classes are standing up. Private classes you can book my one spot down wheel.
For hand building classes:
Everyone gets around 3lbs of clay, the use of tools, glaze and helpful guidance is provided.
Select dates and times that are available. For private roup class bookings, this is a request. I will confirm the date, your welcome to email me asking for requested dates prior to paying.
Additional time is $15 every half hour for each person.
We have 5 options to private group class adventure:
A: Two classes: First class to create, Second class to paint/glaze! We can schedule your second class and price quote it by the size and amount of pieces you make in your first class. Recommended if unfamiliar with glazing techniques, to have guidance.
B: You may choose to underglaze your pieces when leather hard, same day you make your pieces. May require more time in one class day.
C: After you create your ceramic pieces and they get bisque fired, 7-14 days later (depending on thickness of creation) you can pick up glazes and your pottery pieces, paint them at home and bring them back to be fired.
D: Pick out ready-made bisque wear and paint/glaze it.
E: You request a shape, I make it the day before you come, you carve it.
(If you have long nails, options D or E is recommended)
or ask for a card paying option
Text me at 760-580-0709
Or email JessReneCreative@gmail.com
Thank you for supporting your local indigenous artist.
Please let me know the vibe we are going with for class time. Just fun play, healing & meditative, gift making for someone special, etc. This way I can set up the energy and space to what's needed.
To sponsor classes for a BIPOC person please email me directly. An idea can be sponsor one class or even ten weeks of classes for someone or for multiple folks. Thank you so very much for your generosity.
For BIPOC folks being sponsored, we will post on social media how to apply. When spaces are open we will send you a message that you have been approved and send you the ceramic tool kit.
All sales are final, no refunds.
Indigenous heritage on my mothers side:
Nahua - Otami
Andes: The Quechua and Aymara Indians
I'm also mixed with Spanish on my mothers side and trying to heal from colinazation within my family.
On my father side we are of First Nations: Algonquin: Mi'kma, Cree, Montagnais, Ojibway. Iroquois, Ottawa.
I'm also mixed with Scandinavian, my great grandmother on my father's side was the first to come to the America's in Minnesota. A decendant of the Indigenous Sámi peoples.
I'm not enrolled but im working towards it. I'm not federally recognized and want my culture back! I'm still searching for my family & tribes and would love to learn more Indigenous language and songs. I welcome others to share any info with me♡