"I enjoy watching new friendships grow, and guiding students in whichever direction they are interested, be it handwork, throwing,

sculpture or decorating."

- Anne Rimbault


Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, masks are mandatory and must be worn at all times inside the studio.

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"I am fortunate in that I love teaching.
I like working with people, and have met so many interesting people through the years, many who have become good friends, and are still potting in my studio."

- Anne Rimbault



Mornings: Tuesdays & Thursdays

*09:00am - 12:00pm

Evenings: Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays

*06:00pm - 09:00pm

Secure parking available.

Although classes sadly are temporarily suspended due to Covid restrictions, when we re-open there will be more Saturday morning classes with Edson and some Wednesday morning classes to help make up missed classes. Current students are also taking clay and borrowing tools to work from home.

Join the pottery studio for therapeutic weekly morning or evening sessions in a relaxed and friendly environment. Play with clay and explore your creativity, while learning a craft and meeting new fellow potters.


Feel the softness of the clay. Get messy, and make something to take home and use.

No previous experience necessary.


Handwork consists of pinching, drape moulding and pebble pots, coiling, slabbing and sculpture if you’d like to try it.


When you’re ready, we love to teach throwing and have 9 potter’s wheels, 2 pugmills (for white and terracotta clay) and 3 electric kilns.


For decorating, there are endless ideas and techniques, from slips, carving, sgraffito, oxides, underglazes and glazes.


Edson Mahlangu and Becky Love each approached me to work in my studio, and have fitted in perfectly.


We have all grown in different ways and each teacher brings their own special skills and personality to the studio. We all teach different classes, as well as run pottery teambuilding workshops together.







Edson produces all the studio dinnerware and enjoys throwing porcelain.


We take pride in our students making beautiful work, exhibiting, starting their own studios and most of all, loving working with clay