Pottery Lessons

Stone Circle Pottery 7-Week Wheel Course

Hi Folks,

So here is what will be happening in the Stone Circle Pottery 7-Week Wheel Course.

First of all, excitement! Not least of all, excitement that we can all be back and learning and laughing together. To do this, we will be taking necessary precautions for the comfort and safety of everyone. Masks will not be mandatory in class; however, if you prefer to wear a mask for personal protection or the protection of others please do. 

During this wheel course, you will be using the potter’s wheel for all your making classes. We’ll be making bowls first before moving to a more difficult cylinder form. I’ll provide you with all the clay you need. Each class will start with a demonstration including lessons on how to centre your clay and then pull it to make a vessel. We will practise these skills at every lesson.

Trimming your pots is also a vital skill. Every time you make a pot, you have to trim the bottom to make it beautiful and functional. I will also teach you how to make handles and feet for your creations as well as how to create interesting surface decorations. In our last class, we will glaze the pots, making them functional and beautiful.

These courses are made for all types of students from newbies to advanced. For more advanced students, we will discuss your personal goals and make individual plans to help you grow as a potter. There aren’t any extra fees for tools, clay, or glazing. Everything you need is included in the class fee. (Please see the sign-up page on my Square site for current pricing.)

Come join the pottery adventure while learning and laughing in the quaint Stone Circle Pottery Cottage!

What you get:

  1. A talented, thoughtful teacher who has honed her pottery skills for 25 years and has taught for 19 years. You can read my bio on the Thunder Bay Potters’ Guild Web Page at https://thunderbaypottersguild.com/team/noel-keag-2/
  2. Enough clay to be creative without restriction
  3. All the materials and tools necessary for the making process
  4. The benefit of learners from all levels of pottery
  5. A wonderful relaxed environment established with the sole purpose of learning
  6. An exciting artistic experience that may lead you to other paths of life that you have yet to explore
  7. An understanding of clay and the process of making pots. If you have never done this you will be surprised.
  8. The beautiful work you have created

What to Bring

  • 1 small and 1 med towel
  • Clothes and shoes you can get dirty
  • Indoor shoes in winter months
  • An apron is recommended but certainly not mandatory 


We have plenty of parking, but it can fill up. To ensure everyone gets a spot, please keep right through the loop and park on the right side as far down the driveway as possible. I and your classmates who arrive after will thank you!

See you in class!

Noël Keag

PS – Keep an eye on my Stone Circle Pottery Facebook page for upcoming lessons, sales, and other events!


If lessons are booked up, you can sign up for the waitlist here.

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