Come and join us to enjoy warm Glögg and make your own Christmas ceramics decor!
This workshop is a hands-on learning experience where you are guided step by step through the process of making your own ceramic artwork. You’ll learn about different clays, techniques and how to customize your artworks.
In this workshop, we will make different pieces to use as gifts tags and/or Christmas decorations, with different clays and colors. We will also learn about the fundamentals of ceramic work and the firing process.
The decorative ceramics will create a beautiful handmade touch to all your gifts wrapping and add a cozy and delicate touch to your home. Each work is original and unique.
All material included: Clay and tools + Snacks + Glögg
PLEASE NOTE, due to the professional material needed to fire the ceramics ( baking/heating process ), your ceramics will be fired by us. You cannot fire pottery in a home oven because ovens do not get up to the high temperatures of more than 1,500 F that you need for firing clay. You'll be able to pick up your artworks approximately 1 week after the class. In the event it is necessary, please notify us BEFORE the class to arrange a shipping option if you are unable to come back.
You MUST sign up and book your class in advance. If you are unable to attend you can cancel within at least 72 hours prior to the workshop. 4 participants minimum required.
Iloma Studio at Lorensdal
Eskilstorps ängaväg 2-36, 235 91 Vellinge
About the Artist:
"Art for me is part of everyday life inspired by desire and imagination. Curious, I like to challenge different materials and their possibilities. Creates expressions that give impressions and leave imprints.
After several years as a civil engineer, I have now replaced the technical course in favor of art. Art has always been a part of me; Now is the time to invest wholeheartedly in it. My background as an engineer also means that I always look for new alternative ways to join the art - paths that lead to new & inspiring works of art.
For many years I have been working on both ceramics, flower binding, sewing, and silversmithing. Now being allowed to decorate my own workshop and being able to focus on my art is a dream come true."