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  • Writer's pictureMarcy LaBella

Earthly Goddess - A Clay Co-0p - A new Community Arts Center

Updated: Jun 5, 2021

I have a New project with two of my art besties - Cheryl Tuttle and Paula Murphy - both talented artist and teachers. We have a shared vision of a teaching studio where we could have intimate classes that nurture the creativity in each of us. We will have classes in clay, painting, drawing, mixed media, jewelry and fiber arts. We are located at

The Red Barn, 352 Main Street (rt 17) Durham, CT 06422

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Our modern and comfortable studio will accommodate small and medium sized classes focused on individual attention and personal creative expression. Classes and workshops will begin in June of 2021.

The Pandemic really clarified a lot of things for me; art and having a creative practice really helped me stay grounded and helped me to destress during a difficult year. Our goal with this new studio is to create a space for others to have a place to nurture peace and self-expression through creativity.” Marcy LaBella

Earthy Goddess A Clay Co-Op “Nurture Your Creative Soul”

Earthly Goddess A Clay Co-Op is a small community-based art center in Durham, CT. In addition to classes in hand-built clay and sculpture, classes in painting, drawing, mixed media, jewelry making, fiber arts and other art processes are available by qualified instructors. The studio also has art shows and sales, and welcomes invited artists for talks and workshops.

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