Botanical Serving Tray

with Kayla Noble

May 15th and 16th

Saturday 1-3pm, Sunday 1-2pm

2 Meetings, in person 

Glebe House Outdoor Garden, 635 Main Street


In this project-based workshop we will use plants foraged from the natural world to make texture. Together, we will make a stencil to create a slab-built serving tray with handles. On day two of the workshop you will learn how to use an underglaze wash to highlight the plant relief in the clay.


About Kayla Noble: 

"I first began my journey with clay at the age of five. With one set of grandparents working as middle-school art teachers, and another one making a living as a potter, art was always a part of my life. I graduated in 2015 with a BFA in Ceramics from The State University of New York at New Paltz and have since completed a year-long residency at Taos Clay in Taos, New Mexico and currently have a studio practice in Newburgh, NY. My current body of work functions as an exploration of intimacy, connection, and communication; meditating on the power of touch.

I have taught a variety of skills and ages, and always enjoy the atmosphere of a classroom studio. Clay is such a dynamic and exciting material, and I relish in every opportunity to share my passion."


Non-member price: $70 

Member price: $63

Materials included in price

Botanical Serving Tray (5/15 - 5/16)