Perfect for the group of friends of 3-4 people. You book a place for the whole group.
Welcome to try to turn with the group of friends for two hours in my cozy workshop in Sollentuna.
I go through the technology and then everyone gets to take turns sitting at my four turntables and try to turn. You will also learn techniques for creating in clay without a turntable. The price includes 1.5 kg of clay. During the occasion you have time to make 2-3 products in clay. For example. a mold or bowl.
We create in a safe environment according to your needs.
After the course, I burn and glaze your products that are ready to be picked up from my workshop after 3-4 weeks.
Coffee Tea My studio is located in the beautiful castle area around Edsberg Castle adjacent to Logen Edsvik. You can easily get to my studio with the commuter train to Sollentuna station (walk 1.8 km) or bus 527 & 627 from Sollentuna Centrum to stop Edsvik or bus. From the stop you walk 750 m through the beautiful Edsbergsparken. If you come by car there is free parking 4 hours. Follow the signs to Edsvik.
Petra Lund is a ceramicist who loves clay, design and beautiful interiors. She creates beautiful handmade utensils in stoneware clay. To create the objects, she uses many different methods, mainly rolling and turning them. She found pottery 20 years ago, and what started as a hobby developed into a full-time job a few years ago. She is based in her workshop in Sollentuna, where she manufactures ceramics for private customers, retailers and restaurants.
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Petra var fantastiskt duktig, pedagogisk och tålmodig med oss nybörjare! Det var väldigt roligt och rofyllt. Petras lokaler är inspirerande och fina. En härlig eftermiddag!
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Petra var otroligt pedagogisk och inspirerande! Hela upplägget var trevligt, personligt och jag lärde mig nya saker.
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