One-on-One Lessons & Mentoring
One on one lessons
While group lessons are fun and a good way to learn the skills of throwing pots for the beginner, the more experienced potter can benefit with a one-on-one lesson. You may want tuition in a particular aspect of pottery or need pushing through a barrier to your learning. If so, a personal lesson targeted specifically to your skill level is what you are looking for. David is the one to help you there. One lesson might be enough or you could arrange for more regular sessions.
One-on-one lessons charge is $100/1.25hrs.
If you have been potting for a period of time and group lessons are not for you anymore but you might have questions about setting up a studio, firing a kiln, preparing glazes or working on your artistic style then a mentoring program could assist you to push through any obstructions.
Mentor charge is $100/1.25hrs.