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Friday, June 14th, 6-8pm

Join us for a night of making your very own, one of a kind, colorful salad bowl, perfect for serving the perfect spring salad! In this class we will forming a slab around a plaster mold to create the shape of our bowls. While the bowls are setting, we will discuss composition and color theory as it relates to abstract design by looking at works of famous abstract artists. We will also sketch out a plan for how we will paint our bowls. We will then spend the rest of class working as abstract artists to create a masterful design on our bowls out of colorful underglazes! This class is perfect for any art enthusiast and is perfect for those new to pottery!

Grab a friend and make it the perfect night out, exploring color and function while making a lasting memory and a special piece of pottery!

Instructed by Melissa Wise-Miklos

Melissa Wise-Miklos is a multimedia artist who studied fine art and art history at the University of Montevallo. While she’s lived all over, she’s most recently had the pleasure of calling Northwest Arkansas home. She loves incorporating her love of craft, nature, and passed down tradition into all she does. She is an avid maker and can be found embroidering, painting, taking photographs, and developing her skills as a ceramic artist. She uniquely allows all of these different disciplines to inform her pottery and considers herself a lifelong student of art.  

All students must fill out a waiver to attend class. Waiver may be filled in advance HERE. 

*This workshop is open to ages 8+ *

*No experience necessary. items will be ready for pick up two week after the workshop* 

*"SLIP HAPPENS" DISCLAIMER: While we strive to ensure the safe handling and firing of all workshop creations, due to the inherent nature of ceramics, unexpected breakage or damage may occur during the firing process. We'll make every effort to preserve your pieces, but please be aware that some pieces might not survive the kiln. Your participation acknowledges this possibility, and we appreciate your understanding in this creative journey.

We look forward to having you in! If you have any questions visit our FAQ here.


Refund Policy 

Make Your Own Colorful Serving Bowl Workshop

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Friday, June 14th, 6-8pm

Join us for a night of making your very own, one of a kind, colorful salad bowl, perfect for serving the perfect spring salad! In this class we will forming a slab around a plaster mold to create the shape of our bowls. While the bowls are setting, we will discuss composition and color theory as it relates to abstract design by looking at works of famous abstract artists. We will also sketch out a plan for how we will paint our bowls. We will then spend the rest of class working as abstract artists to create a masterful design on our bowls out of colorful underglazes! This class is perfect for any art enthusiast and is perfect for those new to pottery!

Grab a friend and make it the perfect night out, exploring color and function while making a lasting memory and a special piece of pottery!

Instructed by Melissa Wise-Miklos

Melissa Wise-Miklos is a multimedia artist who studied fine art and art history at the University of Montevallo. While she’s lived all over, she’s most recently had the pleasure of calling Northwest Arkansas home. She loves incorporating her love of craft, nature, and passed down tradition into all she does. She is an avid maker and can be found embroidering, painting, taking photographs, and developing her skills as a ceramic artist. She uniquely allows all of these different disciplines to inform her pottery and considers herself a lifelong student of art.  

All students must fill out a waiver to attend class. Waiver may be filled in advance HERE. 

*This workshop is open to ages 8+ *

*No experience necessary. items will be ready for pick up two week after the workshop* 

*"SLIP HAPPENS" DISCLAIMER: While we strive to ensure the safe handling and firing of all workshop creations, due to the inherent nature of ceramics, unexpected breakage or damage may occur during the firing process. We'll make every effort to preserve your pieces, but please be aware that some pieces might not survive the kiln. Your participation acknowledges this possibility, and we appreciate your understanding in this creative journey.

We look forward to having you in! If you have any questions visit our FAQ here.


Refund Policy