South Jersey Clayathon and Leslie Blackford’s Birds

Thanks again to Arlene Groch for coordinating Clayathon and Guild co-president  Patty Pickup for convincing guest artist Leslie Blackford that Clayathon was an event she could not afford to miss.  Leslie’s first workshop was on how to sculpt distinctive, wacky birds.

Here are the wacky birds

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  2. What fun it was! The hardest part of Clayathon is leaving everyone and re-entry to the “real world”.

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