Make your own clay figure with washi paper detail – with Fruzsi Kenez

Event Date: Sat 23 Nov

Event Time: 11 AM - 2 PM

Event Location: Riddoch Studio

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Adelaide-based ceramicist and illustrator Fruzsi Kenez is back by popular demand to teach a very unique clay workshop experience!

Try your hand at making a clay bust, but with a unique twist! Choose from a wide selection of Japanese washi transfer papers to decorate your figure’s garment.

For those not so keen on bust-making but wanting to experience the workshop and working with this unique artist, with the interchangeable techniques Fruzsi will teach you, you can also make functional tableware items such as cups, mugs, platters, vases etc. using the washi transfer paper.

Cost: $150 (all materials supplied, including firing)

Limited places, please call 8721 2563 to book.

Meet Fruzsi Kenez!

Fruzsi (pronounced froo-shee) is an Adelaide-based painter, ceramicist and curator. A practicing artist for over 10 years, Fruzsi began teaching ceramic and illustration workshops in 2015, and last year began visiting interstate and regional art galleries to offer these unique events to local audiences.

“For me, it is an incredible honour and privilege to travel to regional communities to teach the craft of hand-built ceramics. The experience and knowledge gained through these workshops has long-lasting positive effects that can enliven and empower the lives of students and those around them.”

Fruzsi is best known for her quirky portraits and creates many private portrait commissions for customers worldwide. She is also a self-professed cat whisperer and avid nature walker.

To glimpse behind the scenes and into Fruzsi’s studio visit Instagram.


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