Category: kindergarten

The Garden Bowl Tour

Spring Garden Woven Bowl Workshop   Scarlette Beane knows she is going to do SOMETHING WONDERFUL in her garden, her fingers even glow green! Join us as we do something wonderful, too! Ceramic Handbuilding 101 Workshop with Suzanne I will be coming again with…

The Pirate Tour: A Treasure Chest!

Coming again to Ruoholahti: A REAL Pottery Workshop! Register today. Space is limited. 4 Tuesdays in a row! Ceramic Handbuilding 101 Workshop with Suzanne I will be returning for the third time with my pottery studio to the Finnish American Kindergarten! It’s another chance…

Rocket Tour Spring 2017

The Rocket Tour!

Coming again in 2017: A REAL Pottery Workshop! Register today. Space is limited. 4 Wednsdays or Thursdays in a row! Ceramic Handbuilding 101 Workshop with Suzanne I will be coming again with my pottery studio to the Finnish American Kindergarten for another chance for…

Back to the studio

The pumpkins are taken out of their boxes and carefully cut open. This gives them a utilitarian purpose, along with their artful beauty. They are set on a chipboard bat to dry for about a week. Longer is even better.  The porous nature of…

My Ruoholahti Garden!

Day two of our pottery workshop in Ruoholahti was busy and fun. We learned about using slip and scoring. Putting the two parts of the pumpkin together and adding the stem, it was a little tricky but we did it!

My Töölö pumpkin patch

It was a wonderful morning in Töölö. Two halves became one whole! My pumpkin patch is very bountiful this autumn. Look at those smiling faces.    

Pumpkin Tour goes to Kamppi!

  A REAL Pottery Workshop! One hour a week for 4 weeks. Ceramic Handbuilding 101 Workshop with Suzanne! TWO WORKSHOPS! THURSDAY AFTERNOONS! On October 27 – November 17 and November 24 – December 15. I will be bringing my pottery studio to the Finnish American…

Ida at work.

“There are bugs that hide until there are no people around” she told me. But her bugs walk bravely around the rim of her bowl. The most important part of the work is scoring and using slip to attach all pieces together. Scoring means…

The Bug Bowl Tour

  Erika indepenently attached all her bugs around the rim of her very big bowl. We had a great day with Matilda and the bug bowl tour. She finished and will glaze tomorrow. Julia’s bugs included a butterfly and the cutiest little worm! Hasan…