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Monthly Pottery Class for all levels

Offering small intimate pottery classes in a beautiful studio with gorgeous views.

We explore simple hand building techniques using clay slaps (rolled out clay) and painting, stencilling and printing with slips to create beautiful ceramic pieces.

“I had such a wonderful creative time under the skilled supervision of Claudia. Lovely energy amongst the participants. I ended up with 3 pieces that now reside on my hallway table. And I love them! Thank you Claudia for a very special morning spent in your incredible studio”.Laila Bell, Artist/Sculptor

Every 3rd Saturday of the month 10am to 1pm

Cost $65

The price includes all materials, clay, slips and glazes and access to all studio equipment and tools.

Firing cost is extra $10/kg

Places are limited to 8 people and reservation is essential.

Open Studio Day every Tuesday and Wednesday 9am -3pm

For ceramic students who learned the basics and can work independently.
Use of studio space and equipment and coloured slips $15/phr. (purchased in 3 hour vouchers which you can use as you please).

For other possible options using studio space (for individuals) contact Claudia

There is one pottery wheel so you need to book ahead of time

Also available :one on one Pottery wheel tuition with Claudia $80/hr

To reserve your spot text Claudia on 0421675474 or leave a message to when I can ring back if you have any questions.

Facilitator Claudia Gyr :

Claudia completed a 3 ½ yr potters apprenticeship in Switzerland in 1979 learning all facets of making a living from pottery.

She has been teaching pottery in Switzerland at an adult education school for 4 years before immigrating to Australia in 1988.

In 1992 she opened her own pottery studio with adjoining art gallery in the Channon where she made a living as a potter and gallery owner for 8 yrs.

After the sale of the gallery Claudia studied and then worked as an Art Therapist and only recently through one of her clients found her way back to clay.

Now still working as a part time art therapist and without the pressures of having to make a living from clay she enjoys sharing her knowledge with others in a relaxed and supportive environment.

“Looking forward sharing some creative and playful time with you.” Claudia :-)




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