6316 30th Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington 98107, United States
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(206) 351-3307


Welcome to Sunset Hill Ceramics

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Get crafty with me!

Beautiful ceramics for your table and home.

Come join use on Sundays at Ballard's farmers market!

 

Class Schedule spring 2019

  

We will begin classes on  April 30th.  We will have morning classes and evening classes Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.  Class times will be 9:00 AM- 12:00 AM and 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm in the evenings.

The class is an eight week class.  Class is once a week with open studio time between classes. We will cover making plates and other forms using slab construction, wheel technique,  decorating techniques, glazing and firing. 

Class fee is $260 

Please let us know if you can join and if so, which class time is best for you  so that we can hold your spot.  

I hope you can join us in the studio.

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About Us

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  I have always needed ceramics in my life psychologically and emotionally. This has created some really interesting situations in order to make this happen!

  I have hauled a wheel 1 mile up a mountain and have moved a 2,500 lb kiln three times. But my passion for ceramics has always carried me as I have persevered through it all. From running a ceramics lamp company “Stickshade Lamps” to participating in numerous studio tours, I am very happy to open  my Sunset Hill Ceramics business from my home in Ballard, Washington. I am delighted to be able to bring pleasure to your home and table through my work. Enjoy and please enjoy your loved ones.

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My Work

I have spent the last 30 years teaching the violin and fiddle.  At a young age I traveled to Japan spending time with Dr Suzuki working on my violin teaching program. While In Japan I was very fortunate to have also landed an internship with a ceramicist who had been declared a national treasure by the name of Eitaro Takano. Both of these experiences deeply influenced me.

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My Inspiration

 I have always found a internal peace when sitting and creating pottery.  From feeling the earthiness of clay spinning in my hands to throwing a 10 pound slab, the physical  as well as the creative aspect have kept me physically and mentally alive.

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Sunset Hill Ceramics

6316 30th Avenue Northwest, Seattle, Washington 98107, United States

{206} 351-3307

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