We are a handmade tile and polymer clay art showroom/studio located in Northeast Minneapolis Art District. We are a husband and wife team both creating our art work in different types of clay. Josh Blanc makes handmade ceramic tile and Layl McDill creates polymer clay sculptures with her "Silly Millies" (polymer clay millefiore canes).
Clay Squared to Infinity is also a tile showroom that carries local and national contemporary tile artists and reproductions from seven historic tile companies from the Victorian, Arts & Crafts and Mid-century periods 1890's to 1950's. Come in and view our beautiful showroom and meet our friendly knowledgeable staff and we will help you with your tile projects. Take classes and discover Clay Squared to Infinity's amazing work.
Houzz invited Josh out to do what they are calling a "Pro Minute" video to showcase how and why we make the work we do.
$50 supplies included (If you have a group of 3 or more email Layl@claysquared.com for a discount!)
Ages 8 to 98 will learn magical techniques with colorful oven baked clay. Roll, flatten, wrap and then slice to reveal amazing designs like stars, flowers and swirls. Then take your slices and cover anything you choose from the collection of objects including- frames, jars, boxes, utensils and pins. Or make a creature like a frog or owl! You'll be amazed what you can do! Check out our Facebook album of projects that students have made over the years: Student Work Album
Choose a date:
Sunday, September 25th 12:00 to 2:00pm (Full Call to be on the waiting list)
Saturday, October 1st 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Saturday, October 8th 10:00am to 12:00pm
Saturday, October 15th 10:00am to 12:00pm
Sunday, October 16th 10:00am to 12:00pm
Tuesday, October 18th 6:30pm to 8:30pm
If the dates that are available don't fit your schedule contact Layl at email@example.com and she will do her best to set up a class that fits your schedule.
If you have a Groupon enter coupon code: gr40 to change the total due to $0 (be sure to enter the number of participants under Quantity)
Then you will bring your actual Groupon bar code to class (or have it on your phone) so we can scan it in person.