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Things to Know

Here's a few things you should be aware of before your lesson.  

What to Wear 

to be prepared for your lesson, consider wearing clothes you don't mind getting dirty. I will be providing you with an apron and towels but keep in mind clay is messy. don't worry, clay won't stain and can easily go in the washing machine. 


In order to have the best throwing session I recommend having semi short nails. Longer nails can interfere with throwing process and make your experience more difficult. But There are ways to work around this and you can still have an enjoyable experience if you have acrylic or long nails. 


my studio is located outdoors so we run the risk of weather changes. In case of rain or uncomfortably cold weather your lesson may be rescheduled. I recommend bringing a jacket or sweater so you’re more comfortable. I have an umbrella that fully covers the studio area where the lesson takes place so you will be in the shade. 


I have a few cats and dogs that like to wander out to my studio to say hello. If you are allergic or don’t like animals let me know and I can do my best to contain them.


Arrival Time & Parking

I do ask that all my students arrive no more than 5 minutes early. Sometimes I run a little behind on set up so I prefer if you show up closer to on time than early. As far as parking there is plenty of street parking outside of my house so feel free to park anywhere. When you get here. you can enter through the back gate that leads to the back yard. 

The Ceramic Process

If you're interested in knowing a little more about what goes on after the lesson, watch this short one minute video. If not, no worries. I'll explain it a bit during the lesson as well. Visit the student works page to find some inspiration before your lesson!

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