Upcoming Classes

Meisha Barbee’s Innovative “Blended Color Transitions” Class

When: May 31st & June 1st. from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Northminster Presbyterian Church (In-person only)
Cost: Members: $230 | Non-members: $270
Registration Deadline: May 10th
Small Class Size: Only 12 students

Registration was opened in April to those who have paid 2024 membership dues. But now the class is open to everyone! But only 1 spot remains. Register NOW.

Unlock the secrets of creating stunning, Shibori-inspired polymer veneers with Meisha Barbee, a visionary artist in the world of polymer clay.

In her exclusive “Blended Color Transitions” class, you’ll dive into a hands-on exploration of color, pattern, and texture, emerging with unique veneers perfect for transforming into dazzling jewelry pieces.

What You’ll Learn: Master Meisha’s innovative technique to craft veneers that mimic the exquisite patterns of Shibori fabric. Day 1 focuses on the art of color mixing, from simple blends to intricate patterns, guiding you to create a personalized color palette. Day 2 is about bringing your vision to life, as you receive individualized guidance to refine your designs.

Class Details

Supplies and Materials: Black, white, and primary-colored clay will be provided by Polyform (Sculpey.com). You’ll also need the rest of the supplies on Meisha’s Shibori/Color Transitions Class Materials List


Meisha Barbee has been celebrated for her contributions to polymer clay art since 2004. Her innovative approach has garnered acclaim, featuring her work in various prestigious publications like the “Polymer Clay Daily” blog, and foundational books like “Polymer Clay Color Inspirations” and “Polymer Clay Global Perspectives: Emerging Ideas and Techniques”. 

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to learn from a master and bring a touch of ancient elegance to your modern creations. Secure your spot before May 10th and embark on a journey that will enrich your artistic repertoire.

Last chance to Register NOW.