Pottery:  3-week Pottery Beginner Wheel Throwing workshop - Altered Pots (Level 1) - November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022
Pottery:  3-week Pottery Beginner Wheel Throwing workshop - Altered Pots (Level 1) - November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022
Pottery:  3-week Pottery Beginner Wheel Throwing workshop - Altered Pots (Level 1) - November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022
Pottery:  3-week Pottery Beginner Wheel Throwing workshop - Altered Pots (Level 1) - November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022
Pottery:  3-week Pottery Beginner Wheel Throwing workshop - Altered Pots (Level 1) - November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022
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Pottery: 3-week Pottery Beginner Wheel Throwing workshop - Altered Pots (Level 1) - November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022

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Class Duration: 3 Consecutive Weeks x 3 Hours
Date: Wednesdays, November 30, December 7, and 14, 2022
Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Cost: $230 + HST
Instructors: Linda Szoldatits
Description:               

A detailed 3 week course focusing on throwing vessels, trimming and adding hand-built alterations.

Several methods for adding points of interest to your pieces will be introduced including handles, lids, slip, image carving & stamping.

Once fired, all pieces will be followed by a variety of glazing applications including dip, pour, hand painted & resist techniques  to achieve unique pieces of art. 

Meet the Instructor:

Linda Szoldatits

My earliest recollection of creating was while growing up on the family vegetable farm.  After a rainy morn, my father would gather buckets of mud and carry them over to the large field wagon for me.  I would spend hours making mud pies of all shapes and sizes, waiting for the sun to break through baking each piece with its warmth. 
Very little has changed for me, I still play with the earth for hours on end.  Sgraffito, silk-screening, sculpture, and painting my hand-built & thrown pieces allows me to lose myself to find myself.

Location:
NewMakeIt

621 Timothy St, Newmarket, ON L3Y 1R3, Canada