Lisa Geue - Creating Simplicity with Clay

Regular price $385.00 AUD

Date: 17th and 18th August, 2024

Time: 10am

Duration: 6 hrs per day 


About Lisa

Lisa Geue is a German born multidisciplinary artist, currently working primarily in ceramics, she creates ancient-shaped vessels and organic sculptures with a focus on form and experimental glazing. Lisa studied at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig from 2013 - 2019 majoring in Photography Fine Arts, with a background in photography and film, composition plays a major role in her visual language. She has worked for galleries such as Julia Stoschek Collection and Ceramic Kingdom, Berlin. Her most recent Artist Residences include Auckland Studio Potters, Driving Creek Pottery, Coromandel, NZ and Sturt Pottery in NSW.

Workshop structure

In this two day masterclass Lisa will guide you through her unique technique of handbuilding traditional spherical forms. Inspired by Korean Oongi techniques you will learn coil building and the use of minimal tools to shape and texture your pots. Creating in an experimental process-oriented way rather than a result-driven one, artistic output and your acquisition of knowledge are the aims of this workshop. 

Day 1 will focus on how to coil correctly, getting a feeling for haptic and different thicknesses of coils, allowing each students’ individual building characteristics to develop. 

Day 2 focuses on gaining height with developing awareness for ratio and shape, details like the rim, texture and slips. This day is also a chance for students to experiment with shapes, like rectangular or abstract forms.

Throughout the workshop students also have the opportunity to contribute to the building of a large communal pot, this is a highlight of Lisa's workshop.


All clay and materials for use included for both days

Morning tea and and afternoon tea. 

Firing of completed pots at extra cost

What to bring

Apron or old clothes

Banding wheel, if you have one

Water bottle


Foundational experience required

This course is designed for those with a foundational level of experience with handbuilding. It is not designed for absolute beginners.

Participants must be over the age of 16


Book below for both days