The hen who organised this pottery hen party was determined to work with clay. The bride to be is a creative soul with past experience of working with the mucky stuff and chief organiser Lucy reckoned a pottery session at Eastnor would be the perfect solution.
The girls had great fun making coil pot constructions and taking turns on several potter’s wheels we’d prepared for their visit.
Here’s a link to other hen party groups who have enjoyed getting creative with clay as part of their hen party activities.
Ivington Primary School near Leominster worked collaboratively with Jon the Potter to make terracotta artwork to be installed in the school later on in the Summer term.
Class 1 made a Hungry caterpillar, class 2 made a dragon, class 3 a totem pole and class 4 greek myths and legends.
Here are the finished, fired terracotta results.
We are well and truly into the pottery hen party season. These guys made coil pots and each took a turn on the potter’s wheel during their visit a few weeks ago.
If you would like to experience the delights of the potter’s wheel as part of your hen party celebrations then please take a look at our dedicated hen party page.
Here’s the wonderful terracotta outcome of a short series of workshops held at the newly renovated Masters House in the market town of Ledbury Herefordshire.
Sarah and Lottie spent three consecutive Saturdays earlier this year working with families to mark the opening of the Masters House after the renovation.
The art work will be installed in the flowerbeds outside the building with plants and herbs growing up and around the structures.
Sarah collaborated with Hartpury Primary School to make this excellent oak tree tile panel.