Channel 7’s Sydney Weekender came down to do a feature on Something at Mary’s pottery classes. Click the play button to see all the smushing good fun!
Channel 9 featured Something at Mary’s on their nationally televised show Mornings. Watch presenters David Campbell and Sonia Kruger battle it out on the pottery wheel in a winner take all showdown! Continue reading “Channel 9 TV Feature – Beat the Expert”
In this pottery wheel throwing demonstration Marion transforms a block of clay into a stunning tagine lid.
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Sydney psychotherapist Salene Souza candidly describes her experience of using pottery as therapy to develop mindfulness and self awareness.
Our students showcase their creativity and cleverness with some of the imaginative teapots they’ve made. Learn how to make your own teapot.
If you’ve never encountered the Bundeena art scene or done one of our workshops here’s a taste of what to expect. For bookings visit our Pottery Classes page
A hilarious example of how not to throw pottery. We’ll show you the right way to use a pottery wheel and guarantee you will make functional pieces.
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If your a fan of Italian cuisine then my latest project to make arrosticini pots using earthenware clay will be of interest to you. Continue reading “Arrosticini Pots”
A fun day of teapot team building was had with the gang at Bureau van Dijk in their Sydney office. Continue reading “Teapot Team Building”
For students who have taken our introductory One Session Wheel Throwing and One Session Wheel Turning courses we are now offering an advanced pottery wheel throwing class which will allow you to throw a large ceramic piece with up to 5 kilos of clay.
The ceramic opening of some of my new artwork is now available for viewing and purchase as part of the Bundeena Maianbar Art Trail exhibition opening which took place at Hazelhurst Gallery. Continue reading “Ceramic Opening at Hazelhurst”