Clayton recently taught a sculpture class, using the same techniques he consistently uses: starting with an armature, using a live model, and leveling the sculpture stand at the beginning of each session. Having a local live model that was cooperative and patient was important, so Clayton provided Georgia, a horse, in a large turnout shed which provided shade for the participants. The series of photographs show start and finish as well as some intermediate stages below. The students (all adults) worked hard and learned a lot during the week-long class. Clayton enjoyed teaching the group of ten, and when asked if he would teach another class next year by his students, readily agreed.