Introduction to Carving Clay: designing, planning, tools & execution
This two hour session will introduce you to Carving into the Clay Surface to create Relief Designs
We will look at planning your designs, useful tools and equipment and execution of the carving process; step-by-step.
Participants will have to prepare a clay tile and/or pot that has firmed to a 'leather-hard' state in readiness for this session. (You could attend our Online Clay- Making a Tile, listed on Craft Courses, in order to prepare for this
You will need to provide your own materials, tools and equipment (you can order these from us ahead or use your own supplies!)
We will look at planning your designs, rolling out and cutting the tiles to size and, most importantly, tips and techniques to keep your tiles nice and flat.
You will need to provide your own materials, tools and equipment
(*you can order these from us ahead from craft courses or use your own supplies)
Order CLAY B17C 3kg, plus
TTKITCL01 Clay Starter Kit, TTKITCL02 Full Clay Starter Kit or TTKITCL03 Clay Rolling Kit .
There are optional additional sessions on Slab Building,nMaking a Tile and various Decorating Methods that could compliment this session.
If you are local, ask us about our kiln firing service and see our ceramic supplies*, using our no-contact drop-off and collection box.
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 2 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Google Meet- set-up instructions supplied
Book early to avoid disappointment.
Clay (Leather-hard clay piece to work on)
Needle Tool/Cocktail Stick/Sharp Pencil
Small Potters Knife or Craft Knife
Ribbon/Wire Loop Tool
Large, Soft Bristled, Dry paint brush
Useful but Not Essential:
Hairdryer or Heat Gun
This course is taught online
2 mornings (10:00am to 12:00pm)
This craft course provider has been awarded Silver status for receiving 5 or more 5 star ratings from previous students.
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They also allow tutors to gain valuable feedback on their courses and for new students to find the course that's right for them.
2 mornings (10:00am to 12:00pm)
Great fun and really addictive! Really pleased with the mugs I made. Excellent and patient teacher too.
Response from EJaRt Creative:Very pleased that you enjoyed your sessions! The mugs have turned out great! Hope to see you back to create more masterpieces 😊
These are excellent workshops run in such pleasant surroundings . Emma explains everything so well and with great patience. This is a great hobby for men and women and the small friendly groups enable you to be inspired by others and let your creativity flow. We are now all hooked and return regularly to make either a piece Emma has suggested in order to stretch our skills or we can choose that unique something we really want to make for ourselves, under her expert guidance.
An excellent workshop in beautiful surroundings. I am now hooked and learning more and more.
Response from EJaRt Creative:Glad you enjoyed these workshops. So much more to teach you so hope you come again soon.
A wonderful workshop and really enjoyed by all. We all came with our own ideas and made different things under the instruction of Emma Jayne. Would recommend this as a very enjoyable session . We will be coming again soon for sure.