Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Pottery Verve Spring 2015 Studio Classes-May Start!

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Spring Vase or Tea Set 

Learn one of two projects! Spring vase uses slab hand building techniques with stamping and underglazes. Your vase will measure approximately 12” x 6” wet. Tea Sets use pinch pot hand building techniques, a handle and spout. Come prepared to get muddy, learn patience and have fun! $90 per person 3 hours min. Maximum 5 people. Everyone chooses the same project, yet no two ever turn out the same! Includes instruction, clay, use of studio tools, and glaze.

Wheel Throwing Basics I & II

I) Learn basic wheel throwing techniques!
This beginner series of four classes will introduce you to the basic skills of centering, coning and throwing a cylindrical shape. Try a handle too! You may even take home your first mug or cup. $120/person 4 classes 60 min. each

II) Practice Makes Pottery!
This series will get you elbows deep in a box of clay to really practice your skills. You will practice cylinders and bowls. And wedging! You will have a mug, a bowl and basic glaze. $160/person 4 classes 60 min. each

Classes begin May 2015

Also available: 

  • BIRTHDAY PARTIES at your place! - Pottery Verve loves to bring the party! You bring the cake and the kids! Let's work together and make a fantastic party, perfect for the Special Birthday Kiddo. Have a theme? AWESOME! I will design a project with your theme in mind. Ages 6+ $25/child 60-90 min. Includes clay, tools, choice of glaze and firing. Cool or what?!
  • GIRLS' NIGHT! - Dontcha just wanna try something new for a change? RIGHT!? Let's get this party started! Get dressed in your favourite slouchy tops and tights, grab yourself some girly punch and a couple of your Besties. You will have a blast creating your own hand built and personalized Girlie Drink Holder. Don't worry, it will be fine! Studio can accommodate up to 5 friends at a time. Your house? No limit! $40/person includes instruction, clay tools, choice of glaze and firing. Who's in?
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