Give yourself permission to slow down

In a world focused on outcomes, Winterwares Mindful Making Workshops are more about the process. The Winterwares studio has been created to be a calm and creative space, where you can experience the benefits of working with your hands to create something lasting and beautiful from clay.

Winterwares Workshops

Beautiful tools ready for the mindful drawing and pottery class, a wooden tray with a Japanese brush ink pen, a pencil, a handmade Winterwares pottery cup by Simone Nabholz and a notebook screenprinted by Flora Waycott

Pens, Pencils & Pottery

Saturday, 4th July, 2020

4 Hour Mindful Making & Doodling on Paper Workshop

$299 per person

Make a tea set

4 Hour Mindful Making Workshop

$249 per person

Email Simone to go on the waiting list.

Hands wrapped around the handmade clay bowl in winterwares studio

Book a Private Class

For a special occasion, or just because

Preparing clay for the pottery class

Make a serving bowl

4 Hour Mindful Making Workshop

$249 per person

Email Simone to go on the waiting list.

Handmade pottery at the winterwares studio in fremantle

Make a vase or plant pot

2 Hour Pottery Workshop

$139 per person

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Make a bowl for your furry friend

2 Hour Pottery Workshop

$139 per person

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“Simone’s workshop was like a salve for busy souls and a treat for all the senses. All the elements were there: music from a playlist that was much like my own, working in a clean, airy and light-filled space; the wonderful experience of letting go of all expectations as you create a unique and lovely piece of work under Simone’s guidance – she does this so well by stepping back and giving you what you need to create but coming to the rescue if need be, without too much intervention. A nourishing lunch, and coffee with a delicious treat is included and was so good we all wanted recipes! Most importantly, I never felt rushed and enjoyed the slowing-down of time, movement and intention. It was a magical way to spend the day.”

– Esther