No experience necessary - Try pottery without committing to a multi-week course! Hands-on private lessons for 1-2 people.
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"Give it a Whirl!" Private Wheel Throwing Lesson for One
"Give it a Whirl!" Private Wheel Throwing Lesson for Two
Thank you so much for your interest in my small business!
Please read below to learn more about these lessons.
**Before purchasing this voucher I ask that you please consider booking directly through my website https://www.pinch-studio.com/. Should you choose to go this route, the same discount of will of course be honored! :)**
If you have purchased this Groupon voucher, please use this link to schedule your lesson: https://www.pinch-studio.com/
About "Give it a Whirl!" Private Wheel Throwing Lessons for both 1 and 2 people:
No experience necessary - Try pottery without committing to a multi-week course!
In this one-off private lesson, you will receive 90 minutes of hands-on instruction. All tools and supplies will be provided, a step by step demonstration will be included, and you will have the opportunity to walk away with finished ceramic works.
You will be given three 1 lb balls of clay from which you can create. Should you wish to keep what you make, one finished work is included in the class price. However, additional pieces (up to 3 total) can be finished for $10 a piece.
Your chosen piece(s) will be trimmed, glazed, and fired by Wyeth in the available color of your choosing.
Your handcrafted work(s) of art will be finished and ready for pickup in 2-3 weeks!
Whimsy is a woman-owned small business located within the Logan Heights neighborhood of downtown San Diego, CA. Wyeth specializes in one-on-one, hands-on, private lessons for both children and adults, as well as small group workshops/events. From Wyeth: For as long as I can remember, I have always been making – and as mud pies turned into clay pots, keeping my hands busy meant a happy and *almost* content me. In high school, I became intrigued by the potter’s wheel and the forgiving tactility of clay. From there, I began teaching myself the craft through watching YouTube videos. At the time, I had no idea what an important role pottery would play in my life. After graduating from high school in 2016, I attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. It was there that my love of art, pottery in particular, deepened. I earned my BFA in May of 2020 and moved to San Diego shortly thereafter. Here, my love of the ocean and cosmopolitan lifestyle have found their zenith. What began as a "post-graduation pandemic pivot project" and home-based side hustle, has since grown into a multifaceted business venture. I feel so thankful to be able to do what I love most on a daily basis, as well as share this remarkable craft with others!