Design your own glass dishes, silver jewelry, shirts, and pottery with this Groupon for $15 for a $35 voucher to Ceramics in the City. Those who maintain they learned everything they need to know in kindergarten will tell you that painting ceramics is an explosion of creative awakening on par only possibly with the popsicle stick–log cabin building and macaroni gluing that spur childhood imaginations to glowing realms of ecstatic craft-joy. There are plates, pots, vases, and more to paint at Ceramics in the City, but if you don't want to do the dishes, make your own sterling silver rings, necklaces, and earrings with silver clay, or design your own t-shirt. You can also do glass fusing, melting your own glass designs into dishes to create designer glassware. The roomy, comfortable studios are a great place to get friends together for a pottery or jewelry party, and the friendly staff will help you create wildly innovative plates and pendants that make one-of-a-kind, conspicuous gifts.
A first-time silver jewelry workshop costs $40 (Ceramics in the City's expert silversmiths teach you how to use the clay). Painting pottery costs $10 to $65 depending on the item, and glass fusing can cost $11 to $52 (with an $8 slump, or molding, fee). T-shirts are $18 to $22. Kids love learning crafts, so get multiple Groupons and make it a family affair. Or let loose with paint-slinging thrills on a girls’ night out or all-ages bachelor party. Plus, group crafting been known to melt office tension and eradicate polio.
Yelpers give Ceramics in the City an average of 4.5 stars:
- I love that you can just sit and paint for hours... The pottery is reasonably priced and there are so many options... If you are looking for a place to go with a friend or solo to just relax and have some fun, look to further. – Rebecca M., Yelp
- The woman working was very friendly and helpful... When we picked up our pieces the following week, they turned out great...It has become our new place to go for pottery painting. – Lara W., Yelp
- The paints are rad, the selection is amazing, the service is on-point and helpful. The only problem was I got so excited I didn't know what to do. – Maha K., Yelp
Deborah, the Pottery Horse
The world's most critically and commercially successful potter is Deborah, the pottery horse. Deborah, a Bavarian Warmblood who lives in Upstate New York, was first recognized as a unique talent when her owner walked into her home pottery studio to find 25 gorgeous, unaccounted for pieces in the kiln. Naturally, Deborah's owners at first blamed the pottery on playful ghosts, but the dried clay on Deborah's hooves soon revealed the truth.
In addition to being a famous potter, Deborah is also the world's most famous horse magician, horse architect, and horse horse trainer. Although Deborah cannot talk, she is able to communicate by walking in pre-determined patterns that correspond to alphabet letters. In an interview with Pottery Monthly, she walked, "Lesser talents amuse me, in the way that sickness amuses a dog. The dog is unable to comprehend, yet he laughs nonetheless."
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