The Spring Vase with Ella Bendrups

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The Spring Vase with Ella Bendrups

415.00

1-day Workshop

Time: 10am - 4pm

Date: Sunday 26 November 2017

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Make a vase inspired by the Spring flowers at Oak and Monkey Puzzle with Melbourne based ceramicist, stylist and rising star Ella Bendrups. Learn how to hand-build with pinching, coiling and carving techniques to create a functional and decorative piece for yourself or a loved one.  

This workshop is open to all experience levels, offering a sound starting point for those new to hand-building or clay in general. Materials and firing will be provided for two small or one more substantial piece, with your finished piece being posted out to you after the workshop once fired. Participants will also take away an introductory hand-building tool kit. 

About Ella Bendrups:

Ella hand-builds ceramics from a home studio in Melbourne's Northern suburbs. She utilises pinching, carving and slab building techniques to create functional and sculptural pieces with an organic feel. Ella celebrates the maker's touch, drawing on primitive pottery techniques and embracing evidence of process in her finished work.

About Oak & Monkey Puzzle:

Oak and Monkey Puzzle is the design, event and horticultural production-focussed property of Natasha Morgan and her young children. It is also the physical manifestation of a dream held by a family from the city that made a tree change with a purpose in 2014. It is an evolving hub for landscape architecture, garden design, artisans and craftspeople by way of workshops, collaboration and bespoke events.

Oak and Monkey Puzzle workshops include morning tea, refreshents and 2 course kitchen garden lunch picked fresh from the estate kitchen garden and local seasonal produce – such as slow cooked Jonai Meatsmiths pork, garden greens and salads and homemade sourdough bread, followed by panna cotta with organic berries, all made by Natasha Morgan.

Class sizes are limited to 12 participants to ensure these are intimate affairs.