* What is the Basic Beginner Colored Clay Workshop series?

There are 8 videos you watch from the comfort of home online on. Each video lasts between 1 - 1 1/2 hours. 

You can work along at your own pace with the video lesson as your guide.

* How can I get the Colored Clay Workshop videos?

The easiest way to rent the videos is through this link:


You can rent any or all of them for 6 months or buy Lifetime Streaming through Vimeo


* Is this series really worth it?? I can get videos free online.

Of course, I am going to say yes.

BUT … my students also say YES!! They have given this series five stars reviews.

Working with colored clay is complicated. Without a good sound basis you will waste a lot of time and money. You will also be quite disappointed with your results.

I have been working with colored clay since 1991 and teaching since 2000. I teach everything I know about using clays and stains. I have no secrets … if I know it, I tell you.

Watch the first video FREE and judge for yourself.

* What can I expect to learn from a video workshop?

You will learn everything you need to know to begin working with stains & colored clay. Your video workshop is loaded with demos, lectures, tips and inspiring ideas. 

I cover every aspect of the process from choosing your clay, creating patterned canes, hand building and  firing your finished pieces. I teach my Nerikomi processes for creating designs. You will be able to create lovely colored clay pottery with confidence.

CLICK -  to see the Table of Contents of every video

* Is there any personal interaction with the instructor?

Chris hosts Zoom calls on a regular basis. If you leave your information when you buy, she will add you to the notification list.

She also has a Facebook Group called  ‘Color/Colour in Clay'

She checks the page at least twice a day so your questions will be answered promptly. This is a great place to meet the other Colored Clay Artists from around the World, to share your work and ask questions. 

* How does this compare with a ‘Hands on' workshop?

YOU will see more information presented, more demonstrations of techniques, more discussions and presentations than could ever be done in a live workshop. 

YOU ALWAYS have the front row seat!

Due to the very nature of live workshops there is not always time for this high volume of demos … students want time to work and chat. Also, information overload is not fun.

With this online presentation,  you run the workshop at your pace. If you miss a point, you simply rewind. If you want to see something again, you go to the time stamp. If you want to see anything again and again … you can. 

YOU are in charge.

* Can I buy single videos rather than the whole class?

YES. You can buy any one video or rent it for 6 months 


I highly recommend you take the whole class in order if you have no experience in coloring clays with stains. 

The videos build on one another. They are linked and information presented in one area is not repeated in another so you might not get the full value from a stand alone video. 

* Do I have to watch them in order?

If you have never worked with colored clays following in order is best.

but ...

This is your workshop. You are the boss. Skip around, watch ahead, go in order … whatever works for YOU.

* I don’t live in the U.S.A. Is that a problem?

NO. Anywhere you can get online to access Vimeo will work. The payment process is through PayPal which accepts most currencies.

* What if I cannot get your kind of clay or stains?

You can color ANY clay with ANY stains that are available in your area. This workshop is designed to let you work with materials that are easy for you to obtain. Chris will teach how to mix the colors and test the results regardless of the particular clay or stain.

* Do I need special equipment?

Most of the tools you need are probably in your studio right now. 

Here is a list of items you might want to have on hand.

* Do I need to be an experienced potter?

NO. Some basic knowledge of clay will be useful but even the most experienced potters can be brand new to colored clay.




 © Chris Campbell 2019