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Are you ready to learn something new or want to improve on your pottery skills?
Have you always fancied giving it a shot?


6 WEEK COURSES - Sadly after retiring I have cut back my activities to courses on Friday & Saturday mornings only. These are fully booked with waiting lists but should you wish to go on one or the other list, please email me with your request and your mobile telephone number.

WORKSHOPS - I now only advertise workshops 2 weeks in advance on Instagram, Facebook and here on my website and take bookings by email on a first come, first serve basis.

If, however, you have a block booking of a group of 4 to 5  people please contact me to to check availability.

Times and Prices are listed below.





Wheel Throwing

Have fun, be creative and take home some art

Throwing techniques for beginners or for those wishing to improve their skills maximum 5 people.

COURSES of 6 classes

Fridays10:00 –12:30 / Friday or Saturdays 10:00 –12:30      

 Adults €280 (Children 12 – 15 years  €250)


WORKSHOP 1/2 Day   10:00 – 12:30 or 14:00 –16:30 

 €85 per person per class (children 12 - 15 years €60)

WORKSHOP Whole day  10:00 – 16:30  €180 per person  


Prices include all materials, bisque firing and glaze firing and the use of one potter's wheel per person.

Workshops also include me working on your pots the next day by trimming and finishing them and allowing slow drying. I will then bisque fire them, apply glazes of your choice and glaze fire them then inform you when your pieces are ready to collect.

All you need is to bring is yourself and your creative enthusiasm.


Raku Firing Workshop

Your New Masterpiece


Raku is a type of Japanese pottery traditionally used in Japanese tea ceremonies that dates back thousands of years, most often in the form of tea bowls. Fairly porous vessels are made in one class, and once dried and bisque fired, in a second class the pieces are glazed and fired outside in a Raku kiln. Pieces are then removed from the kiln while still glowing hot before placing the ware in a container filled with combustible material which is a traditional Raku practice. This treatment encourages the beautiful crackles that appear on the glaze.

Courses & workshops by arrangement. 

Contact me to find out more about our classes.

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