I paid Weekend Worker ceramics studio a visit this afternoon.
Weekend Worker studio is located in a area that is tucked away from the city, leaving you with the time and space to bond with the therapeutic nature of clay work.
Chloe (1/3 of Weekend Worker), photographed here, is a lover of plants and ceramics. She was in the midst of repotting her plants into new pots she purchased from her recent trip to Chiang Mai.
While travelling, Ivan (2/3 Weekend Worker) and Chloe attended a natural dye workshop in Chiang Mai, which has inspired her to continue with her research and work with ceramics.
In turn, I brought along 2 of my plates from my stint at Grafis Minggiran in Jogja, to spread the word about the residency project. Chloe has always been keen to learn etching and she called the class to join us in this informal sharing session.
The studio was busy today and everyone went back to their wheels with Ivan.
Here are some photos of the studio and their table of hand thrown ceramics.
p/s: The beautiful ceramic toad stool behind me was made by Chloe for an exhibition at SingaPlural 2016 - it lights up!