Adewole Clay kitchen

The Adewole Clay Kitchen has been greatly inspired by the vintage WWII era warehouse, that is Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles as well as my love for awesome old things. This ceramic studio is the result of months in neighborhoods I’d never ventured into before and has seen me invited into so many different homes throughout Los Angeles County that the honor is undeniable. The Clay Kitchen re-purposes vintage kitchen appliances from a time where quality meant things were built to last and the resulting space has deepened my love for Southern California.The studio has become a second home I am thrilled to share with a limited number of studio guests. The Clay Kitchen is not only a space to play in clay, but a great place to catch up with friends, celebrate special occasions and of course; flirt or begin a relationship with clay. 

Pottery Projects

Project based classes limited to 6 participants and easily customized for all tastes.

No experience necessary

Pottery Bar

Smaller projects and seasonal items available at the clay kitchen table throughout the weekend. 

No experience necessary

Pottery Wheel

Working on the pottery wheel is one of my favorite ways to play in clay and I am always excited to share this joy.

No experience necessary

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112 E 22nd Street

San Pedro Ca, 90731