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Thu, Mar 14


4P Studios | Pottery Studio

WORKSHOP: Ceramic Garden Gnome & Garden Gnome Home

Students are encouraged to use their imaginations to design a ceramic hand built Garden Gnome & Garden Gnome Home! Participants will learn the basic skills and techniques of hand building, needed to construct and assemble their creations.

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WORKSHOP: Ceramic Garden Gnome & Garden Gnome Home
WORKSHOP: Ceramic Garden Gnome & Garden Gnome Home

Time & Location

Mar 14, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

4P Studios | Pottery Studio, 3927 Roberts Rd, Martinez, GA 30907, USA


About the event

Ages: 8 & up!

All skill levels are welcome! Join the 4P Studios Pottery Crew in the studio to create new memories and a keepsake in clay you will surely cherish for years to come!

This class is perfect for beginner or intermediate clay students looking to learn tips and tricks for successful hand building in clay. Those with more advanced skills will have this session tailored to their experience level. Students will create their own unique hand built item during this session. The instructor will fire and glaze the piece based on the student's choice from in studio glazes!

Students are asked to wear closed toe shoes, clothes they don't mind getting dirty, and to bring a clean towel with them to class (in most cases, the clay will wash out of clothing and towels).

Please keep in mind, pottery is a process. 

The pieces you will create during this session will need to be bisque fired once your class is completed and they are fully dry.

Your bisqued works will then be glaze fired.

The anticipated time from the end of your class for the studio to contact you to pick up your completed projects is about 6-8 weeks. Your patience is appreciated.

In most cases all works created will be food safe, your instructor will confirm this when the works are picked up.

For the sake of longevity - we strongly recommend you handwash your items.

We do not recommend using your pieces in the microwave.






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