Children’s Pottery Classes
Pablo Picasso once said: “Every child is an artist, the problem is staying an artist when you grow up”.
There is no limit to children’s fantasy and imagination! All they need is an ample amount of malleable clay, a few pointers and professional tuition. Children will learn to work as a team and share tools while creating their masterpieces.
Clay is the ideal material to become the playground where fairytales and fantasies can come to life. Kids will create castles, towers, secret treasure islands and mystical creatures, toys, domestic objects and decorations for all seasons. There are endless possibilities.
To date the youngest child has been 5 and he loves making all kinds of animals.
Currently kids classes are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays (7 to 8 p.m.).
Adult Pottery Classes
Whether you are a complete novice or someone who has been bitten by the bug, my door is always open. Learn the different hand-building techniques or have a go at throwing a pot at the wheel. With practice you will be amazed how your skills can be improved. You will learn how to make a pot from start to finish and wonder, where the last 2 hours have gone to… Talk about being relaxed at the end of a pottery class!!! It is the perfect place to forget your worries and get absorbed into making something with your own hands!
The 2 hour class for adults and older teenagers is held on Mondays & Tuesdays (7 to 9 p.m.).
My studio can cater for groups from two to six students. In a small group this size you will get the maximum attention and experience a very steep learning curve!
Check out the picture gallery below
A one-hour class for children costs Euro 15.00 per child (as part of the scheduled classes).
A two-hour class for adults costs Euro 25.00 per student (as part of the scheduled classes). These prices include materials and firing of some pieces.
For classes outside the scheduled days and one-to-one tuition, please contact me for a quote!
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Click on the images below to view some of the work of our students.