Mindful Making with Winterwares Ceramics

27 Nov 2016
November 27, 2016

Fremantle based ceramic artist Simone Nabholz of Winterwares has launched a crowd funding campaign to help her finance a larger kiln for her studio.

Simone, who left her office job to pursue a new, creative direction in her life, has steadily grown her practice over the past two years.

I enrolled in my first pottery class hoping I’d feel grounded and fulfilled while making something beautiful with my hands. Working with clay has given me time and space to savour the everyday moments in my life that bring me joy.

Now Simone feels she’s at a point in her business where she can start sharing what she’s learnt with her community.

A day in the Winterwares studio gives people a chance to relax and unwind. It’s a space where people can feel grounded, connected and fulfilled through working with clay.

Simone’s Mindful Making program allows her to offer this enriching workshop experience to those in the community who really need it. Through the program, you can nominate a friend who would really benefit from a day of mindful making in the Winterwares studio to attend one of Simone’s workshops for free.

A successful crowdfunding campaign will help Simone buy a new kiln, enabling her to grow her practice and also offer more Mindful Making workshops spaces.

Please assist me to continue on my journey with Winterwares. You’ll enable me to spark joy in people’s lives and inspire a slower, more intentional way of living.

Simone is offering a beautiful selection of gifts to reward supporters, including a limited range of soy wax candles in collaboration with Clean Slate, personalised ceramic pieces and private studio sessions in her space at Stackwood.

Support Sim’s Campaign on Pozible

Woman making pottery

Woman making pottery

Woman making pottery

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