SLOW CLAY WORKSHOP
"When working with clay, time slows down. Sculpting with your hands connecting with this earthy material, brings you from your head straight into the moment". WHENLIFEISSLOW
During this 2,5 hour workshop you will be introduced to the basics of working with clay. The focus is on handbuilding, showing you some different techniques. You will be guided step by step through the process of making your own piece(s). From a simple cup, mug, bowl or little vase, your are the artist!
SLOW CLAY PROCESS
What happens after the workshop?
The pieces you make during the workshop need to dry for 2 weeks. After that they will be carefully fired and glazed.
Working with clay takes some patience, it will be about 4 weeks later that your clay pieces are finished!
A pick up/drop off moment can be arranged or sending it to you is possible (postage costs 6,95 excluded).
WITH YOUR HANDS IN THE CLAY
Introduction to working with clay
Learn basic handbuilding techniques
Create your own pieces
firing & glazing incl.
Some drinks &
healthy snack incl.
Saturday 31st October
Saturday 7th November
Sunday 8th November
Saturday 14th November
Group size is max. 3 people.
"Couple" workshops or private workshops also available. Please send me an message at for inquiries.
"SLOW CLAY WORKSHOP"
Introduction to handbuilding with clay
3 hour workshop, group of 3
2,5 hour workshop, group of 2
2 hour private workshop
For booking please send me an message at
Extra detailed information will follow.
**Due to current covid-19 regulations - the group will be max 3 people, so that 1,5 m can be respected at all times. The workshop will be indoor in a large space, former classroom. Please only come if feeling healthy, for us all to remain happy! Otherwise contact me in time so we can reschedule your participation.
CONNECTING WITH NATURE THROUGH CLAY
Last summer season you could join in on of the "Clay in the Woods" outdoor workshops. Where we spend time outside in the forest, sat down working with our hands and clay.
During these workshop basic handbuilding techniques were shown, to create an unique hand made piece. Elements in the natural surroundings were integrated into the sculptures, like leaf imprints or structures made with twigs or seed pods. Spending a few hours in nature took us for a moment out of the daily hustle, slowing down in nature connecting with just the green around us and in good company.
Looking forward to continue next summer season.
Hope seeing you in the woods!