A Place For Clay Artists of All Ages
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque neighbourhood of Crescentwood, Clayhaus Studio is a newly renovated home studio that offers small group instruction in clay hand building and wheel throwing.
Enrollment is limited to allow for tailored instruction to meet the student’s needs and give each student sense of direction in their work.
Charlene Brown, a Winnipeg based ceramic artist, has been working with clay since 1995. She has recently expanded her home studio to offer group classes. Voila – the birth of Clayhaus Studio – a comfortable unique space where imagination and knowledge meet.
Charlene Brown is a visual artist, who has been working with clay since 1995. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Manitoba. She has taught clay classes to people of all ages through her home studio, Clayhaus Studio, and in community classes around Winnipeg. Currently, Charlene is teaching art in schools around Manitoba through the Artists in the School residencies program. Her work has been showcased in solo and group exhibitions locally and internationally. She enjoys creating sculptural works, some of which have found their way into private collections.
Her sculpture is described as fluid and organic and is influenced by the simple beauty of nature. Through the use of symbolism she tries to capture the human condition in various stages of life.
For the person looking to try something ‘new’ to the student wanting to advance their clay making skills, Clayhaus Studio offers small group classes in a relaxed and friendly studio. Each class starts with a demonstration. Enrollment is limited to allow for individual instruction tailored to meet each student’s needs.
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All children’s classes are designed to foster your child’s creativity and imagination through interesting age appropriate projects. The class sizes are small so that she can offer personalized attention to each student. Children are encouraged to have fun while learning!