Woodend Neighbourhood House

  • Pottery - Children's
    Thursday, 6 February  2020 - Thursday, 12 March  2020
    4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

childrens pottery

What’s it all about?

Clay is an excellent medium for creating art, it has a great ability to tell a story. Together we can explore using clay to create a variety of unique hand-built items with a focus on texture using found objects.

What will we cover?

  • We will make a series of quirky figures and anthropomorphic sculptures.
  • We will discover how clay can be transformed and impressed with natural materials to create layers of texture which express emotion and movement.

What do I need to bring?

  • Enthusiasm to learn something new.
  • Wear old clothes, clay can be messy!
  • An old towel.
  • Plastic shopping bags, we use these to wrap up your creations, so they dry
    out at an even rate.

Who will be teaching?

Andrew Bloxsome

Andrew Bloxsome Studio Ceramics is located in Kyneton, a small town on the Macedon Ranges of Central Victoria. Our handcrafted pottery reflects the richly diverse landscape of this area. Each piece is handmade using traditional methods of production kneaded with a modern proactive design aesthetic.

Clay is our medium of choice because of its refined capacity to explicate a story.

Our functional line of pottery is made from stoneware clay. Stoneware clays have a rich history in functional and art pottery in cultures from East to West. Stoneware clays are some of the strongest most reliable of all ceramic material, they can exhibit the brightness of fine marble through to the ephemeral colour and stalwart characteristics of natural stone.pottery-03


Instagram: andrew_bloxsome



Venue Phone: 03 5427 1845

47 Forest Street, Woodend, Victoria, 3442, Australia

Children’s Pottery

Thursday, 6 February 2020 -
Thursday, 12 March 2020

4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Undercroft, Woodend Neighbourhood House

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