Making Angels & Other Festive Fun!

Come and get the festive mood under way in the pottery!

DATES: choose either Sat 10 or Sun 11 November 2018

Times: 10am – 4pm
Please bring a packed lunch or eat at one of Lady Bay’s excellent eateries: Poppy & PintBread & Butterflies

PRICE: one-day workshop £65 per person

BOOKINGPlease CONTACT US to reserve your place or if you have any further questions.

Making:  We will be making standing angels and a few small hanging decorations in unglazed terracotta clay which we will decorate with either white slip or with textures.

Techniques:  Processes that you will learn may include slab-rolling, modelling, slip application, sgraffitto, textural impressing, carving.  Fran Tristram will take you step-by-step through each process so you can be sure to have at least one festive angel and a few christmas decorat

All our workshops are focussed on learning in a relaxed and friendly environment and are suitable for both beginners and those who have prior experience in pottery making. We always aim to support each students’ individual progress at their own pace and to ensure that an enjoyable and productive time is had by all.ions by the end of your day.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions or to reserve your place.

All our advertised workshops take place here at our Seymour Road Studios in West Bridgford, Nottingham.

POT COLLECTION – Please note: due to the vastly increased number of students coming through the pottery in recent times, Fran cannot promise to contact each student when work has been fired and will rely on you to get in touch with her to arrange collection of your work.  If work is uncollected 3 months or more after firing it may be disposed of, simply because there is not room in the workshop for the storage of a lot of unclaimed work.

To avoid disappointment always talk to Fran about when you should get in touch to enquire

about collection and make a diary note to do so.  Please also make sure that your work is easily identifiable by initialling and dating it clearly and photographing it – you will be surprised how many people don’t recognise their own pots!