Ever craved to create something in clay? Here’s your chance! This one day workshop will give you a chance to build your own teapot, no experience necessary. $135 fee one day workshop includes clay, firing and glazing, morning tea provided, BYO lunch
9:30am – 3:30pm Sunday 5 April
Email me email@example.com to book your place. These are small private sessions, maximum of 5 students so you get my full attention!
From a recent student: “Thanks for an awesome, laid back and insightful hand build workshop I learned a lot. Your workshop is inspiring and your talent and skills impressive.”
I will have a stall of teapots, tea bowls, teapot planters and assorted Christmas gift ideas, this Sunday 24 November. This is a fantastic market full of handmade crafts – pottery, jewellery, woodwork, textiles and much more. Check the FB eventfor details
Want a perfect day out on beautiful Tamborine Mountain? Do your Christmas shopping and buy hand crafted unique gifts? The artisan fayre is for you. Check their FB event for more details and yes, pj pottery will be there with teapots and some cute new surprises that will make lovely gifts.
bags are packed, last firing hot in the kiln ready to be unpacked… teapots galore! Finders Keepers is a beautiful curated Australian designer market. I am stoked to have a stall (G07) again this year. I’ll be situated near the south east entrance, near the food vendors – very handy.
Super excited to be accepted to exhibit again at the Brisbane Finders Keepers Design Market 8-10 November at Brisbane Showgrounds. I will have a teapot stall with both functional and fanciful individually crafted teapots for all you teapot lovers and collectors. If you’d like to follow my works in progress, check my Instagram page @pj_pottery
TEAPOTS are a challenge and a joy to create, I feel honoured to be part of the November Finders Keepers design market in Brisbane with a stall of my handmade teapots and I’m in a frenzy of making. Thought I’d share part of the process…
teapots are made in separate parts – body, spout, lid and handle – and put together once the clay has firmed up a little to a ‘leather hard’ state. Once constructed they need to dry slowly to avoid cracking of the individual components and then they are bisque fired, glazed and fired again.
Opening the kiln at the end of this quite long process is a huge reason I love pottery, it’s like opening a treasure chest – every time!
Drum roll…..PJ Pottery has been selected to participate in Finders Keepers Spring/Summer designer market, Brisbane Showground, 9-11 November. Visit their website, it’s awesome. Look me up on the directory, I will have a stall dedicated to tea pots.