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Walk-In Art

So, you've decided to visit our studio. Great! 

Here's what you can expect:

Pottery Selection we have a wide variety of pottery items specifically designed for all artists, such as mugs, plates, bowls, figurines, or piggy banks. These items are pre-made and ready for painting.


Paints and Brushes we provide a range of colorful and child-safe ceramic glazes suitable for pottery. There will be different brush sizes and tools available for the artists to use.

Workstations each artist will have their own workstation equipped with a palette, water cups for rinsing brushes, and paper towels for drying. The workstations will be set up to ensure a comfortable and organized painting experience.

Guidance and Instruction trained staff members will be available to guide the artists, provide painting tips, and offer assistance

when needed. 

Design Inspiration we provide design ideas, stencils, or templates to help artists get started. We also display sample pieces for inspiration. However, children are encouraged to explore their imagination and create their own unique designs.

Painting Process the artists will use the paints and brushes to decorate their chosen pottery items. They can experiment with different colors, patterns, and styles to bring their creations to life. The staff will be available to offer advice on techniques and help troubleshoot any issues.

Drying and Firing once the artists have finished painting, their pottery items will need to be dried and fired. The studio will take care of this process, as firing pottery requires specialized kilns. This step is crucial to transform the painted designs into permanent, durable works of art.

Pickup and Celebration after the firing process is complete, the artists will return to the studio to pick up their finished pottery. This moment is often celebrated, as the artists get to see their vibrant and personalized creations come to life. It's a proud moment for

all involved.

“The desire to create is one of the deepest
yearnings of the human soul.”
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