As part of the Everyday Objects Project, Year 10 students were invited to Hutton Boys’ Grammar School to investigate a variety of clay techniques. We looked at the work of ceramicist, Louise Daneels and created a series of ‘playful’ mini clay sculptures. By shaping
the clay and using a clay needle tool, students were able to add fine details to their responses. Once the clay is leather hard, these clay pieces will then be fired in a kiln and will be ready for decorating in the New Year.