Making your own pottery and ceramic sculpture is creative, satisfying and increasingly popular.
Join this friendly, multi-level group in which beginners or more experienced learners are equally welcome and in which there’s plenty of tutor support. Develop your skills and make items such as bowls, vases, plates, tiles or ornaments using a variety of clays, glazes and techniques. The emphasis is on handbuilding but there is an opportunity to try the pottery wheel too. Fee includes core materials and firing. For further information please contact the tutor: igomorris@gmail. com or Facebook: St Paul’s Sculpture and Pottery Classes, Bristol Visit the tutor’s profile
Enrol online here
Course Dates 2017 – 2018
Wednesday 1pm to 3.30pm Isobel Morris
These courses take place at the St Paul’s Learning and Family Centre
- 12 sessions from 20 September £218 / £146 Fee includes materials and firing AC12A
- 10 sessions from 10 January £182/ £122 Fee includes materials and firing AC12B
- 10 sessions from 11 April £182 / £122 Fee includes materials and firing AC12C
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2018 -19 from Summer 2018
To secure your place, use the Book Securely button to access our Booking System
- Select the course you wish to book
- Select the date suitable for you
Check out some of our work below:
Tutor – Isobel Morris
Subjects: Pottery, Sculpture, Soapstone Carving, Pastels
Creative from my youth, pottery/sculpture making is a lasting passion, first experienced as a teenager at evening classes.
Painting and drawing, especially pastels, is another favourite and I am also a keen photographer.
Following volunteering, a Sociology degree, co-founding a co-operative restaurant and teacher training, I taught English to travelling children and adults in a mobile school.
After spending some time living in Germany, I returned to Bristol and studied Sculpture and Drawing. Alongside tutoring, I run school, museum and event workshops and exhibit artwork.
I relish the joys of teaching; enabling people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities to enjoy their creativity and make progress is central to my approach.
Need More Information
Use one of the options below to get in touch. Alternatively, leave us your message, contact number and email if you would prefer for us to contact you. Office hours apply.
CALL 0117 903 8844
To talk to one of our friendly advisers or
More Way To Reach Us
To enable us to help you, please include course title.
Ready To Book
When you are ready to book, click on the button below to access the booking system and choose the course and date that suits you there.
Our Art Tutors
Learn more about our brilliant tutors.
Subjects: Painting – Watercolour and Acrylic I have a lot of experience as a painting teacher having worked in schools, universities and in Adult Education since 1983. I have built up a wealth of knowledge about how people learn and how to create a friendly and productive learning environment. I specialise in Acrylic and Watercolour […]
Subject: Landscape painting and drawing I studied fine art at the West of England College of Art, Bristol and did my Masters at the Royal College of Art in London. I have taught a wide variety of painting and drawing courses in Bristol and North Somerset over many years, including courses in landscape painting, portrait […]
Subject: Willow Sculpture I have been teaching craft and willow workshops at Stoke Lodge since 2011 and I love showing people how to turn a pile of sticks into a work of art. I am a designer maker and my particular interest is in creating installations out of willow and recycled materials. I have created […]
Subject: Drawing Techniques for Beginners and Improvers Biography: Drawing is the basis of my art practice. It is the most immediate and enjoyable way of creating images as it requires few materials. Over time it develops concentration, keen observation, and a knowledge of techniques. The famous St Ives artist, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, described drawing as ‘a […]
Subject: Art History I’m a lecturer on Western European art and have worked in museums in the UK and abroad. I spent eight years in France and Belgium, working at Les Abattoirs in Toulouse and at the Museum of Fine Arts and the Magritte Museum in Brussels. Since returning to the UK in 2009, I […]
Subject: Painting in acrylic, watercolour, mixed media, making hand made paper and sculpture. I am a qualified Art teacher / Artist, with a degree in fine art-painting and a teachers’ certificate. I have 23 years teaching experience across the country in galleries, schools and adult education centres. This has included working for national parks, outdoor […]
Subject: Printmaking I have many years experience of running courses, workshops and creating public art within a socially engaged practice. As a printmaker I work on a variety surfaces, including textiles, paper, porcelain and enamelling metal. I use whatever technique is appropriate to the project. This broad and experimental approach extends into my adult learning […]
Subject: Textiles I trained as an artist studying sculpture here in Bristol in the late eighties. I have always had an interest in the creative potential of textiles, from the humble traditional crafts such as spinning , crochet and weaving, to contemporary art practise exploring textiles in the widest sense. I like teaching at all […]
Subject: Art, Art History, Literature and Creative Teaching has been part of my life since I was 16, and I have worked with all ages and abilities, in a wide variety of settings, including secondary schools, museums, self-help centres, and on the road as a tour guide throughout western Europe. I trained in the Visual […]