MEET THE INSTRUCTORS
Peter Flister is a Teaching Artist and proponent of lifelong learning. Peter has a great interest in cultural anthropology. His ceramics are a fusion of Native American, Japanese and contemporary Western techniques, processes and forms.
Peter is licensed as teacher of visual arts within Massachusetts. Peter was selected as one of the Massachusetts Art Educators Association Educators of the Year for 2017.
Michela Verani is an artist, working in metal clay, felt and fused glass. She has achieved Art Clay Level 1/Senior Certification, Rio Rewards Certification, is a juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsmen in metal clay and is one of five people in the world to pass jurying for the Metal Clay Master’s Registry III.Her metal clay, felted and beaded work have won numerous awards. She has authored articles for Fired Arts & Crafts, Art Jewelry, Bead Trends, Metal Clay Today, Metal Clay Artist, The Art Clay Society Quarterly and Bead Unique. Her work has been featured in a number of PMC Guild Annuals and other books on jewelry. She teaches metal clay at her home studio in Londonderry, NH, Metalwerx School of Jewelry and Metal Arts, Lexington Arts and Crafts Society, The League of NH Craftsmen’s Craft Center, and other venues in New England. Her work is sold in The League galleries, other local galleries, and by commission.
Sue Nordhausen grew up in Lexington and is the daughter of Don and Berta Plummer, founding members of LexArt. Both Sue and her Dad are past presidents of LexArt. She graduated from UNH with a degree in Art Education and has taught art at all levels in the public schools, as well as adults in her hometown of Acton for the past ten years. She first started watercolor with her Dad and then also studied with John Hatch, George Shedd, Mel Stabin, and Paul George. She is a member of LexArt as well as the Cape Cod Art Association and the MFA.