Friday Night: "Ghost" Pottery Date

Friday, Aug. 23rd, Sept.13th, Oct. 18th, Nov. 15th, and Dec. 6th, 2019, 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Friday, Jan 17th, Feb 14th, Mar. 13th, May 22nd, Jun. 12th, July 17th, and Aug. 14th, 2020, 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Instructor: Noel Yardley
Fee: $180 + HST per couple (include all materials for making up to 6 pots, glazing and a glass of wine!)

Have a sensual, playful, and bonding experience while having fun making pottery together with your loved one! The instructor will teach you step-by-step guidance for learning pottery wheel techniques. You two will be using the same wheel and make pottery including cups, bowls, vases and plates etc.  Join the great date night at LucSculpture. We are conveniently located near Greenwood subway station in Toronto.

All materials and firing fees are included in the price. The Date Night is limited to 7 couples

Noel Yardley Bio:

Noel Yardley is an artist who lives and works in Toronto. He studied at the Nelson Mandela
Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, graduating in 1998. In his ceramic
work, Yardley explores ideas of movement using texture, colour and shape. 

Noel Yardley has exhibited his work at the Design Indaba, Cape Town, 100% Design, London and Object en Maison, Paris. Noel worked at Mervyn Gers Ceramics as a supervisor assisting with the
production of ceramic products. He later worked for a retail chain called Woolworths as
ceramic artisan supplying them with unique vases and candle holders. In 2014 until 2017 he
worked as a production manager for a ceramic studio called Art in the Forest. Here he
supervised a team of carvers, decorators and throwers producing ceramics products for
restaurants, hotels and interior designers. He also taught hand building and wheelwork to
beginners, intermediate and advanced students.
Yardley has work in private collections in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Berlin, Milan, Norfolk –
Virginia and Mississauga. Since moving to Canada in 2018, Yardley has been a member of
the Mississauga potters Guild and has recently joined Luc Sculpture school as a ceramics
teacher.