Soup-er Bowl: Wheel Throwing


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Jodi Beazley
Wednesdays, January 13 – March 24, 2021
6:00pm – 9:00pm

Throughout this course students will learn how to create bowls of various shapes and sizes.

Class demonstrations will include throwing techniques, and surface decoration including relief carving, stamps, slips and glaze applications. Students will create unique pieces with one -on-one attention to satisfy individual creative needs.

The end of this course will result in many beautiful bowls. You are encouraged to donate at least one of your pieces to our School’s biennial fundraiser, “Ramp It Up”, in support of Lunenburg’s Second Story Women’s Centre. This evening will feature delicious soup and bread, and a live auction — should be fun!

Please Note: No class will be held on Wednesday, March 17 (March Break). 

Students should bring:

  • Apron
  • Hand towel
  • Inspirational images
  • Favorite pottery tools and brushes ( not necessary as course provides all supplies)


Registrations for this workshop are now closed.

Jodi Beazley

Jodi Beazley was born, raised and educated in Halifax, N.S. Jodi earned Bachelor of Fine Arts and Art Education Degrees at NSCAD,

and later returned to work on her Masters in Art Education.

Since 1990 Jodi has taught Art and Pottery in public schools and community centres. While living in B.C. for the last 18 years she ran a private pottery school, and sold her pieces in galleries throughout that province.

Her love of cooking and entertaining has evolved in her large functional tableware which welcomes ”gatherings” at her table. Her current works of surface relief carving and glazing reflect the ebb and flow of the East Coast Ocean.

Jodi feels that teaching and making art inform one another. Jodi’s relationships and interactions with her students drive her enthusiasm for her own work, which is then shared with students.

Jodi recently returned home to Nova Scotia and is excited to re-establish her studio in beautiful Kingsburg, Lunenburg County, N.S.


Registrations for this workshop are now closed.