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Ability: Basic > Intermediate
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Jeremy James is a well-known, award-winning ceramic sculptor. He has taught and operated a professional sculpture studio for 30 years, exhibiting his work in the UK and internationally, and his work is held in numerous public and private collections worldwide. This workshop offers two intensive days of demonstrations and making that will cover fundamental handbuilding and modelling skills. Working practically with hollowed forms, coiling, slabbing and coloured slips, Jeremy will help you to design and make a sculpture to either take home or that can be left to be fired at Potclays (firing charge applies). Using ‘the bird’ as a theme you will be shown ways to make exciting, dynamic and lively versions of this animal. Capturing the essence of the creature will be emphasised throughout the workshop.
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If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
Course materials, lunch & refreshments each day, preferential discounts against all of our products.
I thoroughly enjoyed the course and I learned an awful lot - this was my second time on one of Jeremy's courses - can highly recommend the experience, worth every penny. Facilities at Potclays are also excellent and a great lunch was provided (although barely had time for it as I didn't want to waste a minute away from my clay.... :-).
Thanks for taking the time to leave a review, Andrea! We're glad you enjoyed Jeremy's workshop :-)