Hello, I'm Sharon, an experienced ceramic sculpture & clay artist, and I regularly host fun & informal pottery sessions from my Pottery studio in the beautiful village of Heskin, Lancashire.
In this Potters wheel class you will have fun experiencing throwing pots on a potters wheel. An Individual session lasts around 60 minutes.
You start with a ball of clay and are guided through the basic steps to make a pot. Once you have done your first pot with assistance, you then get a second ball of clay and some practice time to have some fun by yourself. Help is on hand throughout the session should you rather be supported with the second throw.
All our classes are taught 1:1, unless you come as a couple or part of a larger group. We have three potters wheels in the studio. The classes run everyday except Mondays.
You take your pots home at the end of the session to air dry OR as an
Optional Extra, You can have your pots fired & simply glazed at a cost of £5 per pot (collection is 3 weeks later).
Note: Children need to be aged 8 years and over so that they can reach the peddles safely & follow the instructions given to them.
The Crafty Potter studio is based within Heskin shopping Village, a unique retail and leisure destination featuring over 40 unique shops and businesses, With free parking we’re a perfect destination for you to make a great fun day out.
The class makes a fabulous gift for all occasions.
COVID UPDATE August 21
To keep our studio safe we continue to have sanitisers & reduced numbers, alongside Deep cleaning and disinfecting. Group bookings are a maximum of 8 persons.
I cant wait to see you all again, Sharon xx
Cancellation and a full refund can be obtained up to 4 weeks before the course starts. Start dates may be amended on request.
Full tuition & clay.
Use of studio tools.
Take home of your made wheel pots on the day.
1 hour (flexible times to suit)
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