Decoden is a collage style decorative trend from Japan that involves using lots of small pieces to create your own fun and quirky decorative works of art. In this class you’ll learn how to make realistic polymer clay miniature food. Techniques covered will include tool texturing, shading with pastels for realistic finishes, color mixing, making cane, and firing and finishing pieces. All of these skills can then be used to make other pieces of realistic polymer clay art including jewellery. Led by instructor Coco Raymond, this four week class is both fun and highly informative.
Coco Raymond is a potter and artist from a ceramic family on Cape Cod who enjoys mixing traditional folk art with pop motifs. She has studied at Alfred University and Bard College at Simon’s Rock, where she received a dual degree in Archival & Museum Studies and Ceramics. Her work can be found at www.coco-clay.com.
Our classes and workshops are open to students of all abilities and needs. We are currently unable to provide one-on-one instruction, though we will make every attempt to address accommodations for full and successful engagement whenever possible.
If a student requires individual supports, parent/guardian/PCA/teacher/ABA Therapists/etc are welcome to attend.
Please contact Christine Ernst, Director of Education, for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.