Stay safe. Stay home.
For the safety of everyone we will need to change the way we do things at for the foreseeable future. I’ll be missing everyone and the the buzz that comes into the studio with students. It will be something to look forward to when the world opens up again. We will be in the studio jumping for joy when that day comes!
Keep your creative juices flowing
While we are stuck at home I will happily deliver a bit of clay to my students. Tackle some hand building to pass the time! Just send an email to set up the best delivery time. I’ll make sure it gets to you. I plan to take this time to keep busy making and I’ll post what I’m up to as often as I can. If you have any queries about any hand building processes just drop an email and I’ll post answers with Images to work with!
Vouchers and pottery still available for gifts!
For those of you looking for gifts during this lock down my work is always available to purchase through my website, LinlithgowPottery.com, and I am happy to post vouchers for taster classes. The classes will obviously have to wait until it’s safe to open the studio again, but it will be something fun for that special person in your life to look forward to!
Keep checking for updates!
I will also be working on some new pieces and will update the specialty shop as soon as these bodies of work are ready! If you would like to be one of the first to see what new imaginations I create please join my email list (here) and I’ll let you know when the shop is open for viewing.
Stay safe and stay home but don’t just sit about getting bored and anxious! Be creative, be thoughtful and be ready to enjoy life even more than ever when this comes to an end.
Zibah and Nuala
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