Art & Wellness at Clay Pots
"Art is the only way to run away without leaving home"
Clay Pots views art and wellness as important tools in nurturing the whole being. By providing a place for people to explore and develop their own creativity and wholeness, we hope to cultivate an appreciation for art and wellness as a means for connection, stress reduction, and personal growth.
Clay Pots' first-floor Coffeehouse space doubles as a gallery for unique and inspiring exhibits. Everything from oil paintings to photography and mandalas have been displayed in the first-floor gallery. We are always eager to meet new artists.
Clay Pots Gallery
The first-floor community room, second-floor, and Peace Garden also play host to other art and wellness activities including community yoga sessions, mindfulness workshops, open mic nights, and jam sessions.
We are currently seeking acupuncturists, yoga teachers, nutritionists and other healing art professionals to volunteer to lead sessions as part of our Wellness Wednesday initiative. Contact for more information.
See the Clay Pots events calendar for a full list of upcoming events.
Music and Wellness
For those looking to become part of the mission, there is no better way than sharing your passions and talents.
Clay Pots is constantly on the lookout for artists, entertainers, craftsman and creative souls to lead programs or workshops.
Find out more about collaborating with Clay Pots art gallery or facilitating a workshop by visiting our Host an Event page.
Expressions: AN Art SHow with Corlisa Diaz
About the Artist: Corlisa Diaz
Corlisa is an arts and crafts enthusiast based in Baltimore, MD. She paints and sculpts, primarily, with acrylics, crafts and found objects. Inspired by nature, color and movement, Corlisa is passionate about bringing joy, life, healing and laughter through her work. Her hearts desire is to have a piece of her art in everyone's home. She enjoys participating in and planning community events. She studied Graphic Design and Advertising at Frostburg State College. A member of the Student Art Association, Corlisa majored in Fine and Studio Art at Morgan State University.