Leipski teaches homemade ingenuity to craft 'End of Day' bowls

November 6, 2015  |  by Bonifas Arts Center
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At the end of the day don’t throw your unused clay trimmings into the recycle bin. With this class, instructor Scott Leipski used homemade ingenuity to craft what he calls his “End of the Day” bowl.

The great thing about the bowls is that there are no rules. Texture them with anything laying around, decorate the rim, or simply go with a more classic look. Because they are formed upside down on pre-made plaster hump molds the results are often fun, whimsical, and completely unexpected. No two are ever alike. The final product was not only a blast to make, but food safe as well.

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