Hand Building - 2 hours
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Learn how to hand build a vase in a relaxed studio environment. You will be shown basic techniques and be guided to create your own unique functional vase to enjoy forever!
Once your vase has been made and dried (this can take several weeks) it will be fired and glazed in a colour of your choice.
We are thrilled to have Fiona Lewis leading this workshop. A multidisciplinary artist, Fiona has an Honours degree from RMIT. She has a strong interest in environmental spaces and shapes which flow through into her ceramic practice where she combines her love for organic silhouettes with the natural earthbound material of clay. Fiona is an experienced teacher who enjoys imparting her skills both on the wheel and with hand-built forms with students.
- Clay, tools and glazes
- Firing of pieces (items will be fired twice)
Duration: 2 hours
Experience: No experience required
Bring: An apron and towel
Children: Yes – over the age of 10 years (if accompanied by an adult)
Wear: Clothes that can get dirty – this class is hands on. Closed shoes are essential.
Collection of work: Students will be emailed when their work is ready for collection (all work must be collected within 2 weeks)
Cost: $110 (please read the terms & conditions before booking this course)
Please note a minimum of 6 students is required for this course.
What you will learn
- How to work your clay into organic, free formed functional platters, pinch bowls, spoons.
- How to incorporate texture and apply surface decoration.
- How to create hand formed, organic pieces which can be used in the home.
What you will get
- A vase made on the day. Students will be notified when work has been glazed and ready to collect.
Please also note, that if you are driving you cannot park on Kent St as it’s permit only, try St David St or Moor St.
What to bring
- a towel and apron
What to wear
Clothes that can get dirty – this class is hands on. Closed shoes are essential.
No experience necessary. Children welcome if accompanied by an adult. Minimum age for children is 10 yrs.
Sarah Schembri is a Melbourne Ceramic Artist who is passionate about creating functional, tactile and visually appealing ceramics, particularly tableware. Being a lover of cooking and food in general, she is most interested in making pieces that are a pleasure to use in the home, pieces which are not only visually appealing but also functional & tactile.
“There is something quite special about using pieces that are handmade - the experience and food taste better. This is a feeling that I think about when I'm creating, it's part of the experience I want to share with others.” - Sarah
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