Marbling on The Wheel Course - 2 evenings
Marbling on The Wheel is an opportunity for potters to learn the art of 'marbling', a technique of combining multiple clay bodies together using the pottery wheel. Run over just two evenings, this course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to create your own pieces using this technique. Demonstrations such as wedging different stoneware and porcelain clays will be shown as well as refining this style to create specific marbling effects.
The workshop is designed for students to work at their own pace on their own creations. Students must have experience on the wheel, know how to centre clay & have completed at least a beginner level course to enjoy the full opportunity of this class.
- Clay, tools
- Work to be bisque fired by the studio (glazing not included)
Duration: 2 evenings
Experience: Previous experience on the wheel (and completion of a beginner wheel course) required.
Bring: An apron and towel
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: $220 (Prior to booking please read the terms & conditions for this course)
*Please note work can be glazed - this is an additional fee at $14 per kilo (glaze and firing)
What you will learn
- How to combine different stoneware clay bodies to use on the wheel.
- How to wedge clay so you can create specific patterns
What you will get
- Creations made on the day after they have been fired & optional glazing.
- Learn new techniques they can take away and use in their own studio.
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
- Please bring a towel and an apron.
What to wear
Clothes that can get dirty – this class is hands on. Closed shoes are essential.
Everyone interested in learning how to combine different clay bodies. Must have experience on the pottery wheel and know how to centre clay.
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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Terms & Conditions
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