Create a plate with Amanda MacPhail at Babylon ARTS workshop in Ely

PUBLISHED: 09:01 07 December 2017 | UPDATED: 09:01 07 December 2017

Create a plate with Amanda MacPhail at Babylon ARTS on Friday December 15.

Create a plate with Amanda MacPhail at Babylon ARTS on Friday December 15.


Create a plate with Amanda MacPhail during a four hour workshop at Babylon ARTS on Friday December 15 from 10am til 2pm.

Sitting around the table there’ll be coffee or juice while chatting and planning designs. Surrounded by the galley’s current Matisse exhibition, it’ll be a creative and fun afternoon.

Using brightly coloured onglaze enamels you’ll draw, design and cut before transferring the image to the surface of the china. The results are always superb.

Sessions are limited to eight people at a time. The cost of the session to include tuition, drinks and of course the plate and materials is £40 per person.

Work can be collected from the gallery once it has been fired.

To book call the gallery on 01353 616991 or visit Amanda’s website for more information.


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