Wheel Throwing Pottery Workshop

Make some useful and beautiful pots at this pottery class.



2.5 hours Class size 1 to 2     label £75

In this engaging wheel throwing class in London, you'll learn the basics of making your pots from scratch on the potter's wheel.

It will begin with a brief demonstration so you can familiarise yourself with the process. You'll take turns trying out your new skills on the wheel with the teacher's guidance. Me-time between pottery attempts will provide some rest, so soak up the experience.

The longer class duration of two and a half hours will give you the time to perfect your ceramic pieces. By the end of this activity, you'll leave with two finished pots that you can claim in about three to four weeks. You can even make a third pot, however, a £5 surcharge applies to each extra pot.

Don't fret if you're new to pottery, as this class offers a relaxed and supportive environment ideal for beginners. During the class, you'll be encouraged to ask questions and refine your skills. The teacher will be there to offer guidance and help you make the most out of your time at the wheel. You'll be surprised at just how therapeutic and enjoyable this activity can be. All in all, it'll be a fun and creative way to spend an afternoon in London.

As your final reward for your efforts, you will take home a pair of glazed pots that will feel like unique masterpieces that you've crafted from scratch.

Please note: Public dates for this class require at least 2 guests to run. In the unlikely event that we don't reach this number, we'll cancel the class; in this case we'll inform you and allow you to get a refund or reschedule, so please watch your email/SMS one day prior to the class.


Knowledge required
No previous knowledgeable or skills are required for this class as it is an introduction
 
What you'll get
All clay and tools are supplied to make two pots each to be finished after the class, to be collected in 3-4 weeks.
 
What to bring
Just bring yourselves and be willing to enjoy yourselves. Working on the wheel is great fun.
 
Location

wimbledon Art studios. 10 Riverside Yard. London. SW17 0bb

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Your teacher
Patrick Nash
Patrick Nash

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I studied ceramics at Epsom School of Art and Design back in the seventies and have since had various studios and worked in a pottery department teaching and as a technician. I also give classes in my present studio. These are for potting on the potters wheel and for hand building techniques. My own work is mainly decorative and functional using various techniques for making and for decoration.
My passion for pottery is not only for making but also for teaching and the enjoyment people get from making pottery.

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