CERAMICS CLASSES:

Wheel Throwing Classes

 


 

 


 

 

 

A FEW THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT COMING TO OUR STUDIO:

 


* Classes are first come first serve.


* Our Studio can be chilly, so dress in layers and wear
comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty.


* Clay is easier to work with if you have short,
trimmed fingernails.


* Long hair should be tied back.


* Please leave rings, watches, bracelets,
and long necklaces at home.


* We have lockers available for you to use.
If you want a lock, bring your own.

* Parking can be tight in our neighborhood,
so carpooling is encouraged.

 

 

 

 

STUDIO POLICIES:

 

* Wheel classes can accommodate up to 6 students.



* Handbuilding classes can accommodate up to 8 students.

 

* Children under 18 need to be accompanied
and supervised by a responsible adult.

 

* All work will be available to be picked up
at our Studio 2 weeks after the date of your class.
We are sorry, but due to space constraints,
we are unable to hold on to work for more than 30 days.
All unclaimed work will be discarded after 30 days.

 

* No refunds on missed or cancelled classes.
Please reschedule 2 days prior to the class.
Contact us if you need to reschedule your class.

 


 

 

 

 

 

TO BOOK A CLASS
CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW.

 

 

 

THE THRILL OF THROWING 1

(6 Students)

Time: 3 hours

Fee: $55.00

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Always wanted to try throwing on the potter's wheel without having to commit to a series of classes? You now have the opportunity to learn from a Master Potter.

This class is for the absolute beginner. You will learn the basics, such as: centering the clay, opening the vessel, pulling up the walls, using pottery tools, then decorate your work using colored engobes, stamps, and the sgraffito method. Then we will fire and clear glaze your work.

 

 

 

 

THE THRILL OF THROWING 2

(6 Students)

Time: 3 hours

Fee: $55.00


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This class is designed for anyone who has taken The Thrill of Throwing 1 class, or for someone who has some experience on the wheel, and wants to improve their skills.

Areas covered include: understanding the elements of vessel shaping, refining throwing skills, and surface decoration techniques that accentuates the form.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

Last Updated 2/2017
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