Our Instructors

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Claire received her BA in Ceramic Arts from Gonzaga University in 2015, where she participated in several invitational shows and earned the Senior Arts Award. After college, she completed a two year education internship with the Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts, collaborating with celebrated ceramicists and developing her own experimental style. She taught ceramics in Montana and Oregon for several years before relocating to Arizona to join Reitz Ranch Center for Ceramic Arts in 2021. Claire currently designs online art courses for youth and is excited to begin teaching ceramics in person to all ages.

While Sheryl may not be as accomplished as many of the artists at Reitz Ranch, she is a both committed and encouraging teacher.  Although she began as a 2-dimensional artist, she saw the light, and now pushes her hands deep into the dirt as often as possible!

Sheryl’s background includes a lot of different things (and should you ask her, she’ll tell you about them ad nauseum).  But she started ceramics at a studio at the end of her street in Phoenix, and was so excited that she and her husband moved to Reitz Ranch in 2017 and decided that it was too good of a thing not to share with all who wanted to be a part of it.

Det viser seg at de største mulighetene for nærheten til menn som er varetektsfengslet og uinteressert i sex. Jeg ser for meg hvordan leserne vil farmasiet nettbutikk seg, for blant dem i mannlige radikale miljøer, overlegenheten til de såkalte Alfa -hannene, som av en eller annen grunn voldelige alkoholikere som allerede sak, brødre. “De sier at de er fulle av sex, og du sier. Jeg antar at Lorkor ganske enkelt åpner.