At the begining of October I worked with students and staff at Birmingham University’s Medical School to produce a pottery tree of life….and here it is nicely installed in the multi-faith prayer room.
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During the week we have an ever increasing number of adult pottery ‘double acts’ through the door. Husbands and wives, mothers and daughters and good friends, all keen to sample the delights of the potter’s wheel.
Rebecca (featured on the wheel) purchased a ‘throw a pot’ experience for her Mum as a birthday surprise.
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Enjoyed my day working with students and staff at Birmingham University Medical School making individual clay creations in the shape of leaves and foliage. Once the masterpieces have been fired and glazed they will form a tree of life tile panel installed in the School’s Multi-faith prayer room.
Facebook photos here.
Got to work with the lovely people at Washwood Heath Nursery School in Birmingham again recently. After the children and parents went home, the staff decided to make Diwali diva lights out of clay in preparation for the Festival of Lights beginning Nov 3rd. At the height of production we had x2 potter’s wheels on the go and a table full of teaching staff busily creating thumb pots. The results were mixed and lacked consistency and by the close of the twilight session, the general consensus was ‘let’s buy some instead’! As a mini installation, all placed together on a tray, I reckon the pots looked pretty cool.