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What You'll Get
DJ Ceramix made a name for himself by placing a slab of wet clay atop his turntable and spinning it into a beautiful vase by the end of his set. Impress the audience members of your life with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of paintable pottery and more at The Pottery Paintin' Place, located in Lunenburg.
Amateur artists ditch canvas for unglazed bisque porcelain at The Pottery Paintin' Place. Visitors peruse reams of achromatic wares, selecting one to finally festoon and kiln-fire into festive, colorful art. Use your Groupon for a la carte creativity, or apply it toward a birthday party, which includes studio space and a commemorative event plate for the guest of honor. Prices for individual items vary widely, but pieces start at about $2 and most cost between $10 and $25. Current season-specific offerings include thoughtful Valentine's gifts and quaint Easter adornments, as well as evergreen items like jewelry boxes, piggy banks, casserole dishes, serving platters, and life-size Kevin Costner statues. The kid-friendly studio also traffics in tiny bisque fairies, fire trucks, dinosaurs, and animals, as well as nonporcelain wares such as luminescent glass jewelry and troll beads. All kiln-fired goods are oven-, dishwasher-, and microwave-safe to ensure sturdy reuse, meaning years from now dinner guests scraping the cheese-dip bowl could still discover a personalized haiku telling them to go buy some more.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 9, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use in 1 visit. Tax not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pottery Paintin' Place
At Pottery Paintin' Place, ceramic renderings of Darth Vader and Princess Leia join mugs, plates, and piggy banks atop a series of shelves. Visiting artists pluck one of these achromatic items from its waiting place before coating it in a colorful design and handing it off to a staff member, who fires it in the on-site kiln. Each piece of art emerges from the kiln able to withstand ovens, dishwashers, microwaves, and most apocalypses.
The shop's master potter, Brian Murphy, further encourages artistic expression with pottery-throwing courses, during which participants design their own ceramic creations. The newly expanded party area holds up to 24 painters, who can partake in refreshments brought from home during one- to two-hour celebrations. On-site summer camps and after-school programs cater to the younger crowd with tie-dyeing, glass-fusing, beading, and homework-torching.