Potters Wheel Boot Camp

An introductory workshop for first-timers- learn the basics of wheel work, decorating and glazing, no other introductory pottery workshop covers all aspects of the process start to finish.

Meets the first weekend of the month: Friday night 6:00-9:00, Saturday morning 10:00-12:00, Sunday evening 6:00-7:00 Cost: $275

Pottery Date Night and the Morning after

Get muddy with your date! Hands on potters wheel instruction an intimate setting- Only 3 couples per class.

Meets the third Friday of the month 7:00-9:00 and the morning after Saturday at 10:00 to finish pieces made the night before. Cost: $350 per couple contact Faye @ [email protected] for availability

Mindfulness and Pottery (a special 8 week workshop)

Meets 8 Wednesday Evenings 7:00-9:00 Now enrolling

February 7th-April 8th (No Class Feb 21st Mid Winter break)

Cost: $500

In this thoughtful class students will learn basic pottery technique while exploring the nature of Mindfulness. Each week there will be an idea introduced in how we might live our day to day lives in a more mindful way. The pottery project will be created to echo this idea. The end product will be a lovely piece of art that can be displayed in your home as a constant reminder to practice mindfulness in our every day lives.

Within the 8 week session there should be plenty of time to finish 5 to 8 projects including glazing. Step by step instructions will be demonstrated so this class is perfect for any experience level. Even a complete beginner should do well as they experience the natural therapeutic quality of clay.

Email Faye at [email protected] to register for one of the 8 spots

At the deepest level, the creative process and the healing process arise from a single source. When you are an artist, you are a healer; a wordless trust of the same mystery is the foundation of your work and integrity.

-Rachel Naomi Reman-

On Going Adult Pottery classes (3 spaces available for beginners)

The studio is small and cozy, there are 6 potters wheels, a large slab roller and an area for hand building. Tools, buckets, and huge array of decorating supplies are all provided as well as a large selection of glazes and underglazes. There is a maximum class size of 8 students.

Cost: $275

Clay is purchased from the studio for $40 for a 25 pound bag of clay. If outside clay is brought in then students must pay $20 to the studio in firing fees. Students are allowed two square feet of firing space per month. Extra is not encouraged but if necessary can be purchased.

In addition to learning wheel and hand building techniques students are required to help with glaze mixing, kiln loading, shelf preparation and general studio clean up.

Monday night 7:00-9:30 (one new spot available for a beginner) or

Tuesday morning 10:30-1:00 (two new spots available beginners only may apply)

Handbuilding Pottery for beginners with Eva Cosgrove

On Going

Come spend Thursday evenings 7:00-9:30 in our cozy studio participating in a handbuilding class! We’ll start with the basics of slab, coil and pinch pots; working with molds, sculpture techniques; and a vast array of decorating styles, including etching, base relief and glazing.
Some things you may be making: base relief animal mugs, tri-foot pots, shoe/boot planters, custom solution containers (I.e. sponge holders, soap dishes, little signs), salt and pepper shakers, sculpture, a cool thing on Etsy you want to replicate, and so much more! Requests greatly encouraged.

Cost: $275 per month

Open studio hours

These hours are reserved for students enrolled in the regularly scheduled Monday evening and Tuesday day classes. Fayezart can not accommodate drop in potters at this time.

Monday 9:00-5:30, Tuesday evenings 6:00-9:00, Wednesday 9:00-12:30, Thursday 9:00- 3:00, Friday 9:00-10:00PM, Closed Saturday, Open all day Sunday

Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.

-Pablo Picasso