A grouping of seven hand painted ceramic plates sit on the floor in a circle as an example of what you can expect to make in this ceramic plate glazing class taught by The Object Enthusiast. Each plate is unique and very colorful.
A grouping of handmade and handpainted ceramic plates sit on the floor. A hand is holding one of the plates above the others, and each plate is painted in different colorful patterns.
A hand holds a hand painted ceramic plate against a white wall with bright sunlight and plant shadows cast across. The surface of the plate is hand painted with abstract shapes in various colors, and it was finished in the plate glazing workshop taught by The Object Enthusiast.
A hand holds a hand painted ceramic plate against a white wall with sunlight and plant shadows cast across the surface. The plate was glazed in a black grid pattern and is a great example of something students can expect to make in The Object Enthusiast plate glazing course.
A hand holds a hand painted ceramic plate against a white wall with sunlight and plant shadows cast across. The plate is very colorful with abstract patterns throughout and is a great example of what students can expect to make in the plate glazing workshop taught by The Object Enthusiast.
A hand holds a hand painted ceramic plate against a white wall. The ceramic plate is painted with cheerful flowers in a pattern on the surface and is a great example of what students can expect to make in the plate glazing course from The Object Enthusiast.
A hand holds a handmade ceramic plate, this photo showing the back of the plate which was signed by all of the class attendees in honor of one guest's birthday.
$60.00

The Object Enthusiast

Plate Glazing Course - June 22, 2022

Are you interested in learning how to glaze your own ceramic pieces? Glazing can be a challenging step in the finishing process of ceramics, and having some guidance helps when you're not sure where to begin. Whether you are a beginner or a repeat student, getting to glaze your own ceramic plate allows for the perfect flat surface to get creative on. Express yourself with colorful glazes and fun patterns while having Emily as your guide to help bring your vision to life on your plate. 

This glazing course takes place in Kansas City, Missouri, and is taught by Emily in her Crossroads shop and studio. 

This class takes place on Wednesday, June 22nd, 2022. The class starts at 5:30 pm and ends at 8:00. All plates are made and bisque fired ahead of time, ready for glazing, and all glaze and finishing supplies are provided. Plates will be fired and will be ready for pick up two weeks after the date of the course. Finished plates will be approximately 9 1/2" in diameter. 

There are 12 spots available in this glazing course on a first-come, first-served basis. 

The Object Enthusiast ceramic studio is located at 517 E. 18th Street Kansas City, MO 64108, inside the back of Duet

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