Ceramics studio and gallery opens on Main Avenue in Durango

Ceramics studio and gallery opens on Main Avenue in Durango

Fort Lewis College graduate offers classes for kids and adults
From left, Alix Dubois, 9, owner Nick Schlau, Madeline Dubois, 9, Chloe Aitken, 9, and Isabelle Brandes, 8, work on their clay sculptures Thursday at Colorado Clay. The new studio and gallery opened in the North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
Nick Schlau, owner of Colorado Clay, helps children with their clay sculptures during an after-school class Thursday in the new studio in North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
Chloe Aitken, 9, works on her clay dog Thursday at Colorado Clay. The new studio and gallery opened this month in the North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
A sample of pottery made by Nick Schlau, owner of Colorado Clay, sits in his studio in the North Point Mall on Main Avenue.

Ceramics studio and gallery opens on Main Avenue in Durango

From left, Alix Dubois, 9, owner Nick Schlau, Madeline Dubois, 9, Chloe Aitken, 9, and Isabelle Brandes, 8, work on their clay sculptures Thursday at Colorado Clay. The new studio and gallery opened in the North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
Nick Schlau, owner of Colorado Clay, helps children with their clay sculptures during an after-school class Thursday in the new studio in North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
Chloe Aitken, 9, works on her clay dog Thursday at Colorado Clay. The new studio and gallery opened this month in the North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
A sample of pottery made by Nick Schlau, owner of Colorado Clay, sits in his studio in the North Point Mall on Main Avenue.
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