CFCF 2012: DAYTRIPPER REGISTRATION OPEN – THE COUNTDOWN CONTINUES…15 DAYS TIL CFCF!

2 02 2012

New Work from Liz Potter Hall

Daytripper registration is open!  If you can only attend for one day and want to get the best deal – daytripper will do it for you!  You can take two 4-hour workshops for $150.  We still have room for you latecomers, so don’t delay! Review the workshops descriptions here and fill out your registration form and send payment via PayPal and registration in .pdf format.  Email us at cabinfeverclayfestival@yahoo.com with questions!

When we decided to have the first Cabin Fever Clay Fest, we did it because we wanted to offer first class instruction from instructors from all over and to provide a venue for all artists – beginners (newbies) to professional (oldies) to learn and share.  Who knew we’d be here five years later…we are so happy that we’ve been successful in bringing you the artists and instructors you’ve asked for.

Over the past two years, we’ve branched out into other areas including precious metal clay, Zentangles, paper arts (books), wire arts and metalsmithing.  This year is no exception!

 It’s not to late for you to join us…registration will remain open until the 16th February but you must get your registration and PayPal payment in asap!

Barbara Lewis's Pantone Enamel Spring Colors

Our incredibly talented instructors are preparing to bring you fun-filled, action-packed days of creativity and inspiration!  

We’ve got some fun things planned … a healthy creative competition if you will.  And our string of heart beads … in honor of Marie Segal!  

Just review the workshops descriptions here and fill out your registration form and send it in. Two (2) lucky attendees will be selected at the Tuesday night celebration to receive a $200 scholarship. For additional information, please email cabinfeverclayfestivals@yahoo.com.   To register, download registration form here.

Here are two more samples of incredible work from our instructors.  Liz Potter Hall continues to create unique and eerily devine pieces from silve clay and polymer.  

Barbara Lewis is rolling with the times with her gorgeous Pantone colors inspired beads below.  What a Spring this is going to be!

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