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Porcelain Clay modelling one-day workshop  “Plant”

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25th May Saturday 2024
26th May Sunday 2024
1st  June, Saturday 2024
2rd  June Sunday 2024

Start from 11am till 4:30 pm
Venue: Naoko’s studio
Studio AS01
Assembly House,
Arklow rd
London,  SE14 6BP

In this workshop you will learn how to model / sculpt small ‘plants’ with porcelain clay by hand.  You will create several small porcelain sculptures, which could be suitable for a wall mount sculptures if you like the idea! 

Naoko will provide fresh selection of inspirational seasonal flowers and plants for you to work from.

You are welcomed to create and replicate the actual plants in front of you or this could be a starting point for your inspirations to flow and create an imaginary plant!  You are opened to see and let it happen how you feel as you touch the clay and flowers on the day!

Naoko will guide you to explore and sculpt with porcelain, by introducing the basic techniques and handling of beautiful porcelain and texture making.  
‘Model making’ is a 3D form of “Still Life’ drawing: you will develop the skill by investigating, exploring and learning from the still life.  Whether you are a model maker, sculptor, or a painter you will gain so much from and the one of practice that you only improve further and there isn’t any end to it.   

It will be a relaxed, inspirational, exciting and fun workshop!

All level welcome!

Small group session.  Max 4 people

The fee : £150
The fee is included teaching, material, and firing.  Tools will be provided in the studio however if you have your favourite tools please bring your own.

Due to limited availability this is a non-refundable event.
Cancellation must be made 2 weeks before the date of event.  Alternatively if you are able to find someone to replace you , just let me know who is replacing you along with the contact email.

You will collect your pieces from the studio from 4 – 8 weeks after the class.

Please get in touch directly to book your place (

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