Photo Gallery: Clayworks Cooperative in the Coventry Village Library
Novice and experienced ceramists turn lumps of clay into works of art
The upper floors of the Coventry Village Library are dedicated to reading and literature, but the bottom floor is dedicated to clay. The rooms off the long corridor belong to Clayworks Cooperative. The non-profit group for ceramicists has been around about 40 years, according to member Stephanie Miller-Davis.
She's a retired art teacher who fell in love with clay at first sight. On Tuesdays, she shares that affection with students and hobbyists who take one of the co-op's class for adults.