Ceramic Artist

Classes

 Double handled basket by Teresa Dunlop. Thrown and assembled vessel. All the parts began on the wheel and were then altered and assembled.  Wood Fired, Stoneware, 2017

Double handled basket by Teresa Dunlop. Thrown and assembled vessel. All the parts began on the wheel and were then altered and assembled.

Wood Fired, Stoneware, 2017

Classes are held at my home studio:  

867 Leslie Valley Drive, Newmarket, Ontario.

If you are interested in taking a course please contact me through this site.

Winter Classes  

Inquiries Welcome

Wheel Classes:  All Skill Levels Welcome

Due to the small size of the class - 4 students per class  students of all skill levels are accommodated.

8 Week Course

Cost: $285 + HST    This includes   a 10 kilo bag of clay plus glazes and firings.

Additional clay may be purchased for $15 per  5 kilo block.

1. Tuesday Evening Class Beginning January 8th 6:30-9:30 pm (3 SPACES AVAILABLE)

2. Wednesday Evening Class Beginning January 9th 6:30 - 9:30 pm (3 SPACES AVAILABLE)

3. Thursday Morning Class Beginning January 10 9:30am - 12:30pm(2 SPACES AVAILABLE)

4. Weekend Workshop

This is a wheel course intended for students who have had some experience throwing. Lessons will be geared to the individual interests and skills of the students. Over four weekends students will meet on Saturday and Sunday from 1 - 4 pm. In this intensive course students will be able to complete more complex, altered and composite forms. Focus will be on making vessels for pouring, storing and serving.

On 4 weekend students will meet Saturday and Sunday from 1 - 4 pm

Dates: Saturday/Sunday February 2/3

Saturday/Sunday February 16/17

Saturday/Sunday February 23/24

Saturday/Sunday March 2/3

(3 SPACES AVAILABLE)

 

 

 

 Student pieces from beginning wheel class. Example of sgraffito technique using slip and underglazes.

Student pieces from beginning wheel class. Example of sgraffito technique using slip and underglazes.

 

 

 

 Intensive Workshops  Contact me for details

In the intensive workshops students spend 2 or 3 days (9:30 am - 4:00 pm) in a row at the studio.  This provides a great opportunity to make more complex pieces and too really improve skills.  Then the students return a week  later to glaze and finish the bisqued pieces.

If you have a group of 4 or more students who would wish to do an intensive workshop please contact me to arrange an event tailored to the skills and interests of your group.