16O's Classic

Pottery

Pottery - one of the greatest inventions in prehistoric times, has contributed so much to the advancement of humankind. From teapots to giant vases, objects made from pottery have greatly improved the quality of life of human beings. Fast forward to the present, we see pottery as a form of art appreciated by enthusiasts worldwide.

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Wheel Throwing

Involves the process of “throwing” in which a ball of clay is placed in the middle of the Potter’s Wheel and rotated. Various techniques are applied in the process to shape the clay into its desired state.

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Hand Sculpture

The pinching or/and combining of clay to form various shapes, with different hand-built parts joined together with the aid of sip (an aqueous suspension of clay body and water) if necessary.

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Under Glazing

After the final shape and state of your pottery are achieved, Glazing (the process of adding colour, patterns and designs to pottery) is done to finish up your masterpiece. You can explore different materials of under glazing and practice painting on pottery objects.

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If you are interested in colouring your pottery piece, please do book a one-hour

Pottery Colouring Session through our website's Let's Chat feature within two weeks

after your Pottery Experience Workshop.

 

Please note that pottery pieces will be automatically sent into our kiln for firing after two weeks and will be shown in our website once it's ready for collection.

Your Pottery Artwork will be shown here once it's ready for collection!