One-Hour Pottery-Wheel Ceramics Class for One or Two at Dahl Arts Ceramic Studio in Kenmore (51% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Lifelong ceramic artist Dirk Dahl shares the basics of working on a pottery wheel, encouraging experimentation with the provided supplies

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Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $24 for a one-hour pottery-wheel ceramics class (a $49 value)
  • $48 for a one-hour pottery-wheel ceramics class for two (a $98 value)

During one-hour class sessions held Tuesday–Saturday, fingers coax symmetrical shapes from fast-spinning clay mounted on traditional pottery wheels. Instructors begin class with a demonstration of techniques geared toward beginners before unleashing students upon their stores of supplies and tools. At the end of class, each participant takes home a spun and fired ceramic creation.

Dahl Arts Ceramic Studio

Dirk Dahl discovered the joy of ceramics in high school when his artistic nature immediately took to the elegant accidents and random, dramatic shapes even a beginner could coax from clay. Ceramics became the bread and butter of his long artistic career, but—like many artists—he found his studio confining, and sought a way to interact with more people. That's when he decided to start teaching, an exercise that compelled him to create Dahl Arts Ceramic Studio as a way to introduce people to his beloved ceramic arts.

"Every time I teach a class or workshop, I learn something," remarks Dirk. Watching his students experiment for the first time or hundredth time in one of his many classes or workshops inspires the sculptor to experiment in his own work, from sculpting faces into pottery to reassembling the broken shards of old pieces into Frankenstein's flatware. The results have landed his work in international juried and invitation exhibitions and even allowed him to open his own personal gallery in Santa Monica, California.


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  • “Dirk is a wonderful teacher, and this place is great!”

  • “Very fun time, great instructor/owner.”

  • “Great experience, very relaxing and fun!”

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    Kenmore

    7712 Simonds Road Northeast

    Kenmore, Washington 98028

    206-495-5424

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