Michigan Spring China Painting Retreat
San Do and his students. Day students had already left for the day.
Andrew Orr and his students.
Michael Turner and students. The commuter students had already left for the day.
Alzora Zaremba and her class without the day students.
Randy Wollet with a few of his students. The rest of his students had already left for the day.
Ivonne Planos and her class.
Barb Jensen teaching with the use of her Elmo.
Michael Turner and students admiring the fired china at breakfast.
This looks like some of the pieces from Paula Collins class.
Cherryl Meggs class pieces.
Some of San Do's class.
Marty Hill's pandas.
Michael Turner's class pieces.
Barb Jensen's class.
Andrew Orr's current pitchers. Randy Wollet's vases and more of Marty Hill's class pieces.
Paula Collins grapes and Randy Wollet's Christmas bulbs.
Ivonne Planos class boxes.
Bingo night. Kay is calling.
Notice the Bingo prize table!
San doesn't seem to have had a Bingo in a while.
Nate (kiln master) has the Victoria Secrets bag. For some reason that was the prize everybody wanted.
Cherryl and Marty seem to have hidden their prizes.
Nate found out what was in the Victoria Secret bag. How does this look?
Much better as a super hero cape!
Our favorite. Fresh rhubarb sauce and homemade yogert!
Of course there are eggs, ham, toast, grits, and oatmeal too.
Breakfast crowd slowly walk in.
Rynne's china shop. Mark and Kathy Rynne
Cherryl Meggs and class.
Marty Hill and class.
Michael Turner and class.
Alzora Zaremba and class.
Randy Wollet and class.
Paula Collins and class.
Ivonne Planos and class.
Barb Bougher's class.
Barb Bougher helping Nate Sorenson, kiln master with his dog portrait.
San Do and Class.
Andrew Orr and class members.
Some of the students in Andrew's class.
Andrew Orr's presentation on oil painting outside and light effects. Everybody was mesmerized.
Randy Wollet shows students how to do an easy but beautiful Christmas plate.
Cherryl Meggs giving her wonderful demo. You can't tell by the picture but she was very humorous.
A much needed massage.
Refreshments available during class.
Yumi Kanawaza's demo on jewelry. She is teaching the shading of a sphere.