Many great works of art began their fledgling existences as hastily sketched crayon murals or part-time street signs. Give purpose to aimless compositions with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of bisque pottery and studio time at Brush Fire Ceramic Studio on Corydon Avenue.
Brush Fire Ceramics Studio's paint-your-own-pottery space sculpts a safe haven for ceramics painters of all ages to create functional vessels. No experience is required for artists to create clay-based life from more than 500 pieces of blank bisque pottery, including plates ($11.75+), mugs ($14+), pet dishes ($18.75+), and one-piece suits. Each crockery crafter spends a minimum of one hour of studio time ($8 for adults, $6 for seniors and children) planning and implementing their food-friendly designs, aided by motif-inspiring books and ceramic paints. Brush Fire Ceramics Studio’s staff glazes and sautés eager earthenware for no additional cost.
Brush Fire Ceramic Studio
Brush Fire Ceramic Studio hands over the creative reins to its customers, who browse a selection of more than 300 ceramic pieces while choosing the perfect figurine or plate to personalize. Then, would-be van Goghs select stencils or sketch a design freehand, flipping through books or eating the pages for inspiration. The studio time clock starts as painters dip their brushes in as many colours as they like, but visitors are never charged for more than two hours of studio time per visit. Professionals glaze and fire creations, and customers can return to pick them up in about a week before placing their pieces on mantels and gifting them to family members.