Open Wed.-Sat. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
A refreshingly different art gallery experience! Nonprofit art center featuring the original work of 100 Midwest artists. Monthly receptions on Second Saturdays. Classes, art-centered gatherings. Family friendly. Free Wi-Fi is available at this location.
About The Clay Studio: Clayground has grown up, and is now known as, The Clay Studio! It now operates as originally intended; as an open studio for those age 16 and older who possess basic clay-working skills. Except for Tuesdays, The Clay Studio is self-serve. Our clay is sold in 1-pound packs for $2 each (glazes and firing included.) Just pay the person on duty in the gallery. Studio rules are posted, so everyone knows what is expected of them. We have tools to borrow, or you may bring your own. We have 3 potter's wheels, a slab-roller, wedging table, and work tables for hand-building. The studio in downstairs, to which there is no elevator. It's an "open studio," meaning there is no instruction. Therefore, some experience working with clay is necessary. We have Ceramic classes, if you need some instruction before heading out on your own.
Studio Hours: Tuesdays 6-9pm | Wednesday & Sunday 11am - 3pm | Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am- 5pm. Sunday is Family Day! Children age 5 to 15 may work alongside their parent or guardian on Sundays only. Each adult may bring one or two children. Under age 5 are not allowed in the studio.
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This month long member artist exhibit features the unique textiles of Sarah Nickols, the stunning photography of Eileen Mazurek and the charming acrylics of Korina Shklair in the Brick gallery inside Lemon Street Gallery. Free.
This monthly exhibit features the work of three of Lemon Street Gallery's member artists. See the innovative digital images of David Harrison, the masterful paintings of Suellyn Scoon and the eclectic textiles of Marjorie Meyer in the Brick Gallery, located inside Lemon Street Gallery. Free.