Posted by on Aug 10, 2012 in Blog | Comments Off on Clay Day at Summer Fun Camp


4-H girl with chameleon clay class 2012

Summer camper sculpting a chameleon on a branch


Every summer for many years, I have had the pleasure of presenting a day of clay classes at our local Agricultural Extension Office.   Summer campers can make anything they choose.

So that I can give everyone individual attention, I’ve set the maximum number of students at 15  per class, 2 classes per day, and we fill that up  every time.

As usual, there were many wonderful creations–here are a few images. Lots more where these came from, but t my camera (i.e. cell phone) just did not do them justice.


4H manta ray clay class biles4-H wide mouth bass fish clay class Biles resized

A very large and amazing manta ray                                     A large mouth bass


4H yellow submarine class clay biles

This reminds me of the Yellow Submarine



Back on land, some cherished pets

4H-2 dogs 2012



Here is one of several wonderful owls–all different species