Magic of Clay : Pottery & Ceramics Classes

If pottery and working with clay interests you, then ‘The Magic of Clay’ is for you. It includes various elements of wheelwork, hand building, preparing the clay-wedging, to centering, pulling, glazing and firing.

Course Details:
Days: Tue, Thur, Sat & Sun .
Timings: 11AM – 1PM

Contact : Chittaranjan
Phone : +91 9811328334
Email : seek@zorbathebuddha.org

Neha
neha_potteryTraining under the master studio potter Rachna Prasher, Neha is a well known potter based in Delhi. Participated in group shows exhibitions fairs  India habitat Centre AIFACS Swiss embassy and other fairs. She received professional training in high temperature stoneware techniques under Rachna Prasher and in low temperature glazing techniques from Andretta Pottery- Himachal Pradesh under Mansimran Singh. She has also taught Pottery and  Clay modelling at Rishi Gurukulam School in Pune.

Paint the World : Painting Classes

Come join us for our regular drawing class with Scottish artist Samantha Wilson. It is an opportunity to introduce yourself to new materials, techniques, concepts and processes essential to understanding visual arts, through a series of sketches, drawings, paintings, videos, slide presentations, class critiques and individual expression. The class will explore drawing as an art form for both those looking to start drawing for the first time or those wishing to improve their existing talents.

What will you learn?

* Life drawing both from live model and still life installations.

* Representational drawing.

* Intuitive drawing.

* Measuring techniques.

* Structure, Composition, Line, Tone.

* Expressive approaches and mixed media use.

Days: Saturday
Timings: 11AM – 1PM
Contact : Chittaranjan
Phone : +91 9811328334
Email : seek@zorbathebuddha.org


samSamantha Wilson undertook her MFA of Fine Arts and Humanities at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland. Additionally, undertaking a semester abroad studying drawing and painting at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada. The artist has received an impressive number of awards for her work at this early stage in her career, including the Royal Scottish Academy, John Kinross Scholarship to Florence and The Alexander Monroe Travel Award, best work for an artist under 30 and The Fife Decorative and fine Arts Society Award. Her international upbringing inspires much of her work, growing up between Scotland and Portugal, where her family still resides.