Painting pottery takes a steady hand and an eye for which colors go well with coffee. Paint a beautiful mug—or other pottery piece—with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for 10 studio-session fees (up to an $80 value)
- $20 for $40 worth of pottery and studio fees for two people
- $55 for a dinner-plate painting session for four (a $120 value)
Studio fees include use of the studio’s brushes, stamps and paints, and firing, and may be used by multiple people in one visit. Blank pottery pieces include mugs ($10–$13), bowls ($10–$14), vases ($12–$14), figurines ($10–$14), and salad and dessert plates ($10–$14). During the dinner-plate painting session, four people paint their own provided dinner plate. After painting, each piece is glazed and kiln-fired, rendering them ready for pickup within six days.
Clay 'N Latte
Arranged on stacks of wall-mounted shelves, untouched pieces of pottery wait for artists to apply creative expressions with paint. Resident artists daub dishes, vases, and character figurines with colorings and patterns. Parents seeking keepsakes can complete a “precious impressions” project, where they mold and paint a clay imprint of their child’s hands or feet. Other projects feature fused-glass jewelry and dishes, and intricately tiled mosaics. Clay 'N Latte provides all the supplies and tips necessary to turn even the most inexperienced customers into artists.