How to make a Patterned Clay Tile is a two week workshop for 8 – 10 year olds.
Saturday 24 & 31 October
10.30am – 12pm
Fee: £30 per person
Limited to 10 people only
All materials are provided
Learn how to make a patterned clay tile with Consuelo Radclyffe is a fun workshop for children aged between 8 and 10 years old.
In week one you learn about clay; how to use the material and what methods you need to create a unique tile. We’ll look at the patterns other artists have used in tile making and discuss how they have made them. Then it’s our turn to make our own pair of tiles.
In week two we look at colours and decoration. We decide how to complete the tiles. You can follow traditional patterns and colours associated with cultures and countries, or create your own unique tile.
By the end of the second week you will have a pair of decorated tiles you have designed and made. They can be hung on the wall, laid flat or displayed on a stand.
We provide all the materials required for the workshop but please wear messy clothes and bring an apron.
About the Tutor
Consuelo Radclyffe is Brazilian by birth but a long time resident in the UK. She graduated from the University of Westminster with a BA Honours in Mixed Media and Ceramics. Her three dimensional sculptures made from clay and other found materials are inspired by her childhood memories.
She has exhibited work in the UK and abroad and participates in the Borough of Ealing Art Trail (BEAT).
Visit Consuelo’s website to see her work http://consueloradclyffe.com