You maybe wondering what our students get up to at our pottery courses. Well you can now see first hand in our Potters Hall of Fame where you can meet our budding potters and their creations!
For your chance to join our Hall of Fame visit our Pottery Classes page.
|Glen is a first time potter and has quickly put his skills to use making a hand sculpted tagine. He’s promised to invite us over for dinner and he may even use one of our pottery recipes!|
|Nicci’s hand painted bird bowl was from her first throwing session ever. That red underglaze is very effective- well done!|
|Sarah’s creations are always interesting and so unique. Recently she learned that you don’t pour slip into the clay piece- you paint it on……..what’s a few extra crackles amongst friends……|
|Lynn did a standout job painting this platter. It might have taken a wee bit longer than expected but it sure looks great!|
|Recently arriving from England John has picked up throwing on the wheel quite quickly. He’s also been using a crazing glaze and then inking the finished pieces.|
|Jillian the town’s local doctor has made a great little tapas platter set. We hope she invites us over for the accompanying food!|
|This was Gail’s first handbuilding project and this vase will be perfect for her silk flower arrangements.|
|The girls have done a great first time job putting together this tea set.|
|Judy applied clay leaves and gum nuts to her platter to give it extra dimension and a very original touch. We’ve actually enjoyed some appetisers off of this platter and how much better did it taste.|
|Lorna’s frog Frisby who was born in Bundeena and enjoys sitting on his new home rock in the city.|
Interested in having a go yourself? Then visit our Pottery Classes page.