Frequently Asked Questions
What COVID precautions are currently in place?
Group sessions have an extremely limited capacity- 10 people. The sessions are currently held outside, overlooking a walking trail. Each party is seated at their own table, with their own tools and supplies, socially distanced from each other's table. All tools are disinfected between sessions, all linens professionally laundered and surfaces cleaned. Hand sanitizer is readily available as well as bathrooms for hand washing. Masks are required.
Are you currently offering classes?
Please find all offerings HERE. Please keep in mind these are subject to change with evolving public health protocols.
How do I use a groupon?
Groupons are for the Pinch session. Reserve your date here.
Can I use my groupon for any other classes?
How can I reserve a space in a Pinch session?
All offerings are listed and can be booked directly HERE
Do you offer private events?
Yes. Private events start at $425 for up to 6 participants and are easily arranged on a grander scale. please email to create and schedule a unique art experience (personalized serving ware for housewarmings, tags for the holiday gift exchange, flower pots. copitas, shoo ters and moreetc.)
Where can I physically interact with your work?
Adewole Arts, inside Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro California directly across from the Clay Kitchen Studio.
Can I eat out of this?
Pieces are created with food safe materials. However, caution is encouraged on pieces with texture to ensure cleanliness. Pieces not recommended as food safe are usually marked. Please feel free to inquire about specific items.
When do Items ship?
I typically ship once a week, on Saturday.
Can I pick up my order?
Yes. Select pickup during your checkout. Contactless and curbside pickups available.
What is that weird squiggle on the bottom of my pot and on your sign?
That is my mark. It was inspired by an Nsibidi symbol for the kitchen and predates my kitchen studio.
why does the studio look like an old kitchen?
'TED Talk' TBA
Did you go to art school?
What cone do you fire too?
I typically fire in a range of mid to high firing with multiple firings for a selection of work.
How long have you been making ceramics?
I have been Playing in clay for almost 10 years
Where is your kiln?
I have a kiln onsite.
How do you get these colors?
Play & Experimentation.
How many Different clay bodies do you use?
Most of my work is from four different clay bodies, but I frequently experiment with small batches. there are as many as 8 varieties in the shop at a time.