Historians agree that pottery art is the purest record of antiquated cultures, just as every vase from the ‘80’s depicts denim-clad throngs doing the Electric Slide. Sum up civilization with today’s Groupon to Splatters Pottery, Painting, & More in Alpharetta. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 toward pottery painting.
- For $20, you get $45 toward mosaics.
- For $69, you get a private pottery party for 8–10 people (up to a $180 value).<p>
Splatters’s do-it-yourself pottery studio pairs inspired patrons with a prefabricated stock of paintable glass and mosaic pottery ready for painting. Dye a picture frame ($30) to match a favorite photo, or personalize a platter ($30) with helpful hints such as “Gratuity is appreciated” to be rediscovered at the end of every meal. Collectible figurines ($6+) proudly bear their new owner’s personal style or family crest, and myriad mosaics ($20–$64/each) in shapes such as football helmets, geckos, and hearts provide a piecemeal canvas for colorists. Every pot of color contains toxin-free paints, and the glazes used in the establishment’s kilns contain no lead, making finished vessels safe to drink or eat from.
Alternatively, party packages provide attendees—typically kids—with a choice of any piece in the store priced up to $15 to paint, tie-dye, or sculpt. An attendant monitors partygoers and resupplies paint pots as necessary during the 90-minute session in a private party room. If the occasion is a little one’s birthday, the star receives a complimentary birthday party plate from the store to commemorate the birthday celebrant’s successful avoidance of death by chocolate.
Once finished with a painting project, participants hand their piece to the staffers, who will glaze and fire it in the onsite kilns, readying it for pickup in a week or less.
Splatters Pottery, Painting & More
More than 90 nontoxic paint colors, 600 pottery pieces, and an unlimited amount of creativity—that’s what guests find at Splatters Pottery, Painting & More when creating their own masterpieces. During a painting session, guests take the first step by selecting a plate, mug, or other glass or mosaic piece, and then cover it in doodles or paint. Once guests are satisfied with their work, they hand it over for firing and return in a week to pick up the finished product. The kiln-fired pieces are also food safe and wash easily, making them extra efficient for eating soup in the bathtub. For avid artists, parties and camps let guests sculpt their own pottery from clay, make a mosaic, or drizzle colored sands together.