Make a Beautiful Sgraffito Decorated Pottery Tile in a Lovely Seaside Studio
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About the Course
Decorate a real clay tile using this ancient pottery technique found in Classical Italian and African art.
Sgraffito involves applying layers of coloured slip to an unfired tile and then scratching a pattern through to reveal the underlying clay colour. Typically this is black slip over white clay, but other colour combinations can be used to produce stunning work.
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What's included in the price?
All tuition, clay, tools, firing and glazing. Light refreshments will be provided. The tile will be prepared in advance so that it is ready for you to work on straight away. Templates/ stencils will be available for you to use to help you create your design or bring your own sketches.
Finished work can be collected at a later date, after the final glaze firing or can be posted for a small additional charge.
All abilities and ages are welcome but children must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Price is per person, you will be part of a group of no more than six people. The course will be rescheduled if there are less than four students registered. Please contact me for exclusive group or individual day rates. I cannot offer discounts for children. Full payment is due on booking.
PLEAE NOTE: There is no availability for courses between July and the end of October 2018
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- Teen friendly
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