Jeff Kirkeeng is available for commissions for interiors and gardens – kitchens, bathrooms, fireplaces, wall reliefs, garden sculpture, tiled flooring, entranceways and features. Kay creates unique ceramic features that will enhance and add value to your home. Whether it’s a few select tiles as a small feature, or an entire room, Jeff’s consultancy and design… Continue reading Ceramic features for interiors & gardens – Commission Work
Artwheel Studios offers an extensive range of services for clay artists and anyone who needs expert input. We offer firing services for pottery at low fire 04 & high fire cone 5/6 in our gas kilns.All pickups and drop offs by appointment only. Firing Fees :Pottery firing, one firing, per cu. ft: $50 minimum ($0.03… Continue reading Firing Services
Father’s Day gift ideas abound on the world wide web, but the majority of them are your same old dad coffee mugs, tacky ties and picture frames that Dad has received for each Father’s Day prior.So this year, we propose you consider something a bit classier- a personalized gift that he will use daily and… Continue reading Give the gift of a custom beer mug for Dad !
Mother’s Day Sculpture Class – Flowers https://occ.sn/Jgdrh3Dn Share time together with family and friends. Relax and be creative and make memories. Create a small vase of flowers that will not wilt, fade or need watering. We will supply a small vase and you will create the flowers and foliage with ceramic hand-building techniques. Maybe even… Continue reading Mother’s Day Sculpture Class – Flowers
Buying a potter’s wheel is a big step that can be rather intimidating. There are a number of variables you need to consider before making the decision to purchase your own potter’s wheel. Your wheel will be an integral part of your work as a potter. There are differences in wheels, so you will want to determine which… Continue reading Choosing a pottery wheel
For all potters, an essential set of tools will include the basics like a needle tool, metal or wood potter’s rib, a wire cutting tool, and a couple of trimming loops and a sponge. These are the basics that a beginner in pottery will find helpful, whether you are hand building, sculpting, or wheel throwing… Continue reading What tools do you need for pottery ?
At Art Wheel Pottery Studio, I offer wheel and hand building classes. Private instruction, group classes, and corporate events like team building. Contact Jeff via email for more details. Checking the temperature of a gas kiln Jeff Kirkeeng at Art Wheel Pottery Studio in San Diego explains the process..Use a combination of both a thermocouple… Continue reading My pottery videos on YouTube
Learn Pottery at Art Wheel Studio In Imperial Beach, California Learn pottery at all skill levels. We offer wheel throwing and hand building classes for beginners, intermediates and advanced potters. Start with 4-week beginning pottery course to get started. We provide a well rounded learning curriculum at Art Wheel Pottery Studio to ensure your enjoyment… Continue reading Ceramic Arts School for beginners & advanced potters
Now we also have a google business page website! Google Business page Click here Also new booking links below: By Appointment Classes & Visits2 Hr. Wheel Workshop 1 visit Handbuiling class Questions text 619 457-6694