We, Flamingo Clay Studio, (Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery) are so honored to have been selected by Impact 100 for an interview towards selection as finalists in their generous grant program. We thank Mayor Pam Triola and Joan Oliva of our CRA, for sitting in with us and supporting this wonderful project. They both help us, and all artists in the community, keep the arts viable and growing
The Flamingo Clay Studio is a non-profit artist cooperative operating the popular Clay Glass Metal Stone Gallery at 15 South J Street in downtown Lake Worth. 3-D artists are juried into the gallery. The studio is open to all artists who want to work in clay and/or fused glass. Professional potters fill the studio alongside those who simply want to learn about clay and make pots and sculpture.
Flamingo Clay studio, the affordable clay and fused glass space is open 24/7 for ceramic and glass artists to work.
The studio has electric kilns for both ceramic and fused glass firing. A raku kiln, a firing pit are currently in use. A large gas reduction kiln is on the property waiting for funding to allow proper installation. The studio is fully equipped for the clay artist.
Pottery wheels, work tables, house glazes and group kiln firings are included in the affordable monthly fee.
Children's classes, Pottery Wheel Classes, workshops in fused glass, raku, hand-building, welding, metal clay jewelry are all available.
A variety of Clays are for sale in the studio. An Art Supply Store for hard-to-find supplies for 3-D artists will be in this complex.
We are part of an economic engine that will help revitalize the City of Lake Worth by bringing jobs, opportunity, artists and tourists to the area.