Adam Marsh Ceramics
Ceramics and Pottery Classes
My work draws inspiration from traditional, classic shapes recreated in a contemporary style.
Each piece of my work is individually hand thrown and is simplistic in form, colour and style. My ceramics are unique emphasising the lines created using the wheel which are highlighted with sympathetic glazes and lustres. My main medium is porcelain but I also experiment with stoneware clays for contrast.
I studied at the University of Wolverhampton (2004-2007) gaining a BA (Hons) in Ceramics, followed by an apprenticeship under Edmund de Waal who greatly inspired and influenced my work. I have taught art and ceramics throughout the South East and undertaken Technician and Art in Residency positions which have expanded the range and influence of my work.
CLASSES & WORKSHOPS
THE STUDIO IS TO REOPEN FOR CLASSES, POTTERY PARTIES AND WORKSHOPS FROM MONDAY 17 MAY 2021 FOLLOWING THE LATEST GOVERNMENT ANNOUCEMENTS.
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Half Day (3hrs)
Full Day (6hr)
A Pottery Party is the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion; a birthday, engagement, anniversary, new arrival or just a different, and fun way to have a fun day with friends or colleagues. Learn some new skills, use it as a team building exercise, or just come and have some fun!
Pottery Parties are not just for adults, why not throw your kids a ceramic themed party for them and their friends after school, at a weekend or during the holidays. A different way to celebrate their birthday, or keep them entertained, whilst getting them into something crafty: and they'll be able to take their creations home afterwards (once they've been fired)
Always a lovely atmosphere at the studio. Adam is very engaging, inclusive and positive; keen to give practical help and support to his students whilst also allowing then to learn through their experience (mistakes or failures)!
I love the way Adam teaches and the way he doesn't make me feel rubbish. He has a way of demonstrating the right way to do something which is easy to grasp. It is my first term and I would like to return for many more.
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