• Clay - Surface 2: Glazing and Cold Work
  • Clay - Surface 2: Glazing and Cold Work

Clay - Surface 2: Glazing and Cold Work


● Sessions: 4
● Instructor: Zoë Pinnell
● Studio: Ceramics
● Age Level: 18+

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Surface 2: Glazing and Cold Work

Embark on a deeper exploration of glazing in Surface 2. Move beyond the basics as we delve into alternative techniques like cuerda seca, oxide washes, and stroke and coats. Customize your glazes using recipes and stains, while learning the art of underglaze on bisque ware with painterly finesse. Uncover the magic of gold, mother of pearl lustres, and decals after glaze application. Elevate your work through cold work methods, including flocking, gold and silver leaf application, and crafting a soapstone-like finish through skillful (and safe) sanding.

Explore the fascinating world of ceramics through our engaging and hands-on ceramics classes at Hamilton Craft Studios. Whether you're a beginner looking to discover the art of clay or an experienced ceramicist wanting to refine your skills, our classes offer a creative and supportive environment to learn, create, and connect with fellow enthusiasts.

Start Date: Tuesday November 21st
End Date: Tuesday December 12th
Hours: 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Skill Level: Our ceramics classes cater to various skill levels, from beginners with no prior experience to intermediate and advanced learners seeking to expand their knowledge and techniques in ceramics.

Your Instructor: Our experienced ceramics instructors are passionate about sharing their expertise and guiding you through the journey of working with clay. With a deep understanding of various ceramic processes, they will provide you with personalised instruction and feedback to help you achieve your artistic goals.

This course is taught by: Zoë Pinnell

Zoë Pinnell, an accomplished ceramics instructor at Hamilton Craft Studios, brings a wealth of expertise as a Sheridan College ceramics graduate. Her artistic repertoire encompasses sculptural and functional handbuilt pieces adorned with vibrant glazes, underglaze, and terra sigillata. With a passion for earthenware, Zoë's creations exude warmth, depth, and captivating narratives.

Materials and Supplies: All necessary ceramics materials and tools will be provided for use during the class. This includes clay, glazes, pottery wheels, and various hand tools. Additional details about materials will be provided during class times.

HCS Facilities and Equipment: Hamilton Craft Studios’ well-equipped ceramics facilities are designed to facilitate a diverse range of ceramic work. Our spacious studio is equipped with pottery wheels, kilns, work tables, and other essential tools to support your creative journey.

Registration: To enrol in a ceramics course or workshop, please complete purchase of your chosen course online. Spaces are limited, so early registration is recommended to secure your spot.

Cancellation and Refund Policy: We understand that circumstances can change. If you need to cancel your enrolment, please refer to our cancellation and refund policy outlined on our website. We strive to accommodate changes while ensuring a fair experience for all participants.

Safety Measures: Your safety is our priority. We maintain a safe and clean studio environment, and our instructors will provide guidance on proper usage of tools and equipment. We adhere to safety protocols to ensure a secure and enjoyable ceramics experience.

Community: Join our vibrant community of fellow ceramics enthusiasts, where you'll have the opportunity to share ideas, collaborate, and engage in creative discussions. Our ceramics classes foster a sense of camaraderie, allowing you to connect with others who share your passion for clay. The studio offers membership based access to our facilities if you are keen to continue your creative journey with us.

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