workshops + classes
WORKSHOPS + CLASSES
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New Class Dates
December ( starts new class each month )
December Class (beginners-intermediate)… 2016 $155 for 3 weeks. Includes clay to get you started and first firing in the cost of the course. The first week is making pieces, wheel throwing & handbuilding, second week is trimming work and decorating, third week is glazing and discussion. Call to arrange your start date. Saturday, Wednesday, Thursday 12.30 -2.30pm Classes held at my Seppeltsfield Studio,
JamFactory Seppeltsfield 730 Seppeltsfield Rd South Australia 5355
Print on Clay (everyone) $180
Make your own silk screen for printing on clay or tissue transfer.
All you need for this class included, 1 screen and Inks provided. BYO image to make your screen with, handdrawn or photocopy. This is a one day class, 11.30 am til 4.30pm with a 30minute lunch break.
(Seppeltsfield has a kiosk where lunch can be purchased)
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Taster sessions (sample class, ideal for gift card idea or corporate team class) book for a single session $55
Having a play with clay. All you need for this class is included. This is a 1 hour come and try class.
SPECIAL 1 on 1 tuition Just you with the attention you need to get you to the next level. Mentoring and improve your forms. $280 for 4 hours. This session is tailored for you, call to discuss your requirements. All you need for this class is included. Understand clay processes better to enable you to refine your work.
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Seppeltsfield Studio, JamFactory Seppeltsfield 730 Seppeltsfield Rd South Australia 5355
Studio time and exhibition time. Creating new works for this season has not been without its challenges but finally getting some works fired and seeing the progression of thoughts from my typical landscape themes to something even more abstract and spring inspired. The works will be photographed on completion but in the mean time I’ve been getting ready for what we call rakufest!
I will be breaking out the mini raku kiln and wood firing again. The last results were inspiring and all sold out at my SALA shows! A first for me and now the challenge to make more heavily lustre wares again.
Images below are of tile tests and raku bottles and a warm up set of clay balls ready for throwing one afternoon last week.
These were followed by some large bowl making afternoons and they are now loaded in the electric kiln ready for firing tomorrow. As spring has blown in the rest times between making and firing are distinctly shortened and thought patterns for evolving the work must hasten with this season as soon full summer will be here and there is no thinking time!
Studio time continues…