The generational appeal of clay was highlighted by two recent birthday party workshops. This one year old’s family chose to make coil pots and pinch pot sculpture to mark their baby’s 1st.
A few days later this creative fella and his friends visited the Pottery one Summer evening to celebrate his 60th.
Loving this recent testimonial from a mum who brought her parents and daughter for a bit of intergenerational creativity to celebrate Grandad’s birthday:
Thank you for a wonderful day. Dad said it is a day he will remember for the rest of his life. He said that the venue and kind and friendly people made it so relaxing and such a pleasurable experience. I am making a photo book as a souvenir of the day to give to him on his birthday and was wondering if you could send me a few of the pics that you took.
I was fortunate to see the photo book – lovely stuff!
Recently delivered this magnificent coat of arms created by the young people at Barons Cross Youth Centre nr Leominster.
The ceramic crest was created in the depths of winter as part of the influential and socially beneficial Yart project facilitated by Brightstripe.
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.