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If you have ever seen the film “Ghost” you may like the idea of becoming a potter.
Alternatively, you may have spent time in museums looking at beautiful pottery from many different cultures and time periods.
You might be fascinated with different glazes and colours. The shape of a vase might enchant you. You may be interested in famous potters such as Bernard Leach.
You may also be interested in things like Japanese tea bowls which are designed with a Zen philosophy.
Or maybe you’re interested in English pottery and the techniques that are used to make a teapot.
Perhaps contemporary ceramics are more your thing.
Inspiration Can Come From Different Sources
Whichever school of thought you follow, and inspiration you have, if you want to make pottery or ceramics yourself you will need access to a studio.
You may be able to get a shared studio with a potters wheel, workbench, and a kiln. Or you may prefer to take an evening class which gives you access to this equipment.
With or without tuition, it is important that the studio that you work in is well lit, and clean and tidy.
Everybody working there should be either well-trained, or overseen by somebody who is well-trained.
Behave Carefully in the Studio
You must not use the kiln without supervision, and never try and use it if you are alone in the studio. Wait for objects to cool completely before touching them.
You also need to be careful around heavy equipment and since glazes can be poisonous, always use them in a well-ventilated area.
Lift any heavy bags of clay carefully and of course be careful when using sharp cutting knives.
You will need to work with water to keep creations damp while you were working on them but always wipe up any splashes straight away and don’t leave pools of water lying around. Make sure that slippery plastic bags which are also used to keep your work damp are not left lying around, and especially not on the floor.
Obey all the safety instructions that are given by your tutor.
All the Same, if you are Injured, Call us
But despite your best efforts, injuries can happen. Clay can actually explode inside a kiln, and un-noticed chemical spills can cause burns or poisonous vapours. Trips and slips can also happen.
If an injury has happened to you with serious consequences, such as permanent disability or a significant time in hospital, you might want to speak to us about a non-fault claim in Wycombe.
We have two numbers you can call, both free. The numbers are 0800 689 0500 from a land line and from your mobile 0333 500 0993.
You can give us all the details about your non-fault claim in Wycombe over the phone in about half an hour, so the process does not take long. You may find yourself hundreds or thousands of pounds better off for it.