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Elizabeth N.
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Report | 20 days ago
Dress in comfortable clothes that you don't mind getting dirty.
Jennifer A.
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Report | 22 days ago
Come In comfortable cloths you don't mind getting dirty. Meter parking right in front
Bianca H.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty in. Definitely recommend to cut your nails if they're long, more focus on the clay being on the wheel then under your finger nails. Have fun and don't be afraid to ask questions.
veronica r.
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Report | a month ago
Absolutely loved Clay, we went as a group both adults and children really enjoyed making pottery. Lot's of fun!
kris a.
Verified
Report | a month ago
The evening was very instructional and entertaining. The instructor was extremely knowledgeable and very personable. I enjoyed it very much and it was an excellent value and plan on going back for their monthly class!
Kathy P.
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Report | 2 months ago
don't wear nice clothes! it will get messy!
Vanessa L.
Verified
Report | 2 months ago
It'll definitely get messy so don't wear any clothes that you don't want to get dirty! Also, you should probably cut your nails so that the clay won't get stuck underneath your nails.
Jennifer C.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Wear comfortable clothing, prepare to get an arm workout, prepare to get dirty, prepare to have fun! Parking is free Sunday!
Aleksandra K.
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
You will get messy.
Brittany
Verified
Report | 3 months ago
Wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty! Be patient!
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"The thing I like most about pottery is that it's a learned skill," says Clay Wood, the owner of the pottery studio that bears his name. "It's something you can just sit down, and practice, and just learn it. You don't have to be innately artsy or creative, it's just something that's learnable and fun for everyone."

It's true that Clay has had a bit of a head start in the art form: he began developing his classically harmonious ceramic forms starting at age 12. But he also knows what it's like to be just another weekend hobbyist. Before starting the shop, he had established a career managing high-rise condos while dreamily spinning his desk chair like a pottery wheel. Now that he's dug his hands back into the clay, he and his fellow instructors design adult and children's classes to meet the needs of aspiring ceramicists and more casual crafters alike.

All the throwing, glazing, and hand-building goes down in a colorful creativity zone bursting with incandescent designs. The studio is equipped with eight electric pottery wheels, two large hand-building tables, an entrancing in-wall kiln, and a wellspring of stunning glazes for both handmade projects and prepared forms awaiting only a painter's brush.

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