Who wants to get their hands dirty and make something beautiful from clay? The flexibility of hand building with clay offers endless opportunities for creating a variety of forms and is fun and relaxing.
Whether it’s been on your “to do” list for ages and your Pinterest board is overflowing with inspiration and you don’t know where to begin, or you’ve attended a few classes and can’t wait to learn more, look no further than Ceramics – Hand building with Clay classes at Liddelow Homestead.
Using the fundamental hand building techniques of pinch pot making, coiling and slab work, students will be able create a range of forms, varying from fun and functional to sculptural pieces under the guidance of local artist and sculptor, Carolyn Warren-Langford.
These sessions are ideal for all skill levels from beginners to experiment with form, texture, colour, and a variety of surface decoration methods or for those who have had some experience, taking what they already know to the next level.
Each session will be a complete lesson following a different theme or technique each week. Students will learn through demonstrations, receive one on one assistance to discuss and develop their work, as well as gain the confidence to make work at home.
Liddelow Homestead Each lesson $15 – clay, glaze and firing extra
Some tools and equipment provided. Monday evening 6:30 – 9 pm Tuesday morning 9:30 am – 12 pm