Please make yourself at home! Here you can register for Diana’s online classes, shop her designs and illustrations on household items, as well as purchase her one-of-a-kind signature ceramics. Licensing opportunities for Diana’s work are also available.

Online Classes

Diana Fayt's Online Classes for Pottery and Art

Shop Diana

Shop Diana's Designs and Pottery

License Diana

License Diana Fayt Designs

Shop Diana Fayt

Diana Fayt Studios is very pleased to bring you personal and household items adorned with Diana’s beautiful designs. We think the items below are very special, but we have so many more! Visit the Shop to find your own favorites.

Diana Fayt iPhone Case
Hardcover Journal Diana Fayt
Diana Fayt Calendar Tea Towel
Diana Fayt illustrations notecards
Diana Fayt table of pottery tools for online art school

Art school within reach

For the life-long learner seeking an alternative to traditional art school.

Here at Diana Fayt Studios, we’ve put together quite a collection of art instruction for you.

Whether you are seeking pottery tips and techniques, guided practice or are ready to dive into a serious evaluation of your work, we’ve got something that will work for you.

What People Are Saying About Diana’s Online Classes

“Diana, thanks for inspiring me! I have found that I am far more creative when I am working in this e-class setting than I am in a classroom! In the class room all my stuff ends up looking like the instructor’s. I guess because when they demo I just naturally go back and try to make my piece look just like theirs. Here I have nothing to think about but the project..wow…who would have thought?!”

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“This course was absolutely wonderful.  It will take me a LONG time to come near mastering these techniques but they will be fun to work on.  The student work was at SUCH a high level, and the enthusiasm generated infectious.”

“I want to learn new techniques- not how to make a product exactly like someone else’s. This is one of the reasons I’ve enjoyed The Clayer so much more than other traditional workshops where I walk out knowing how to make what THEY make and that’s it. I want to learn new skills that inspire MY OWN work, not learn how to copy someone’s else’s recipe for success.”